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THE AMERICAN AERIAL COUNTY HISTORY SERIES, No, 6 
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PIKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

An Up-To-Date Historical Narrative with County 
Map and Many Ur^ique Aerial Photographs 
of Cities, Towns, Villages and Farmsteads 



By 

JOHN DRURY 

Author Historic Midwest Houses, Midwest Heritage, etc. 

and member of American Association for 

State and Local History 



1955 



PUBLISHED BY 

THE LOREE COMPANY 

3094 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago 18, Illinois 

PRICE $25.00 

Copyright 1Q55 by the Loree Co. All rights reserved, printed in U. S. A. 



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Table of Contents 



Lap of fixe County ^■'■ 

Pittsfield Township (PtttsfieLd) 11 

Atlas Township f^oc/k^ort, Summer Hill, Atlas, Morton 

S Moore) ^^ 

Earry Township (Barry) "^^ 

Charbersburg Township (Chamhersburg) 83 

Cincinnati Township ^^-'■ 

Derry Township (El Dara) ^^ 

Detroit Township (Detroit & Florence) 135 

Fainrount Township (Fish Hook & Tempest) 149 

Flint Township (Valley City) 153 

Griggsville iownship (GnggsviLle & Maysville) .... 169 

Hadley Township (Hadley & Arden) 199 

Kardin Township (Time) 201 

Xinderhooi Township (Hull, Kmderhook & Shmn) .... 239 

Levee Township (Seehorn, Shepherd, Aladm & 

East Hannibal,) 267 

llartinsburg Township (Meuj Hartford & Martmsburg) . . . 293 

I-lontezuina Township (Milton, Montezuma & Bedford) . . . 297 

liewburg Township (Pittsfield City-part) 337 

l^:ew Saleir Township (Bay Us & Nem Salem) 339 

Pearl Township (Pearl & Bee Creek) 359 

Perry Township (Perry) • • • • 363 

Pleasant Hill Township (Pleasant Hill) 383 

Pleasant Vale Township (Mew Canton & Breuster) .... 411 

Ross Township (Pike S Quincy Junction) 413 

Spring Creek Township (Hebo & Strout) 465 







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STORY OF PIKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

hedged in between the Mississippi and Illinois rivers, near the confluence 
of those two ^reat streams, Pike County, in west central Illinois, is renowned as 
the locale of "Pike County Ballads," as one of the oldest of the 102 counties in 
the Prairie State and as the early stamping-ground of numerous historical figures, 
among them Abraham Lincoln, Stephen A. Douglas and Mark Twain. 

It is also celebrated for the savory products of its many and extensive apple 
orchards. One of the outstanding sights in Illinois each spring season are the 
miles and miles of white apple blossoms along the highways of Pike County, a 
scene that brings hundreds of visitors to the area. Of interest, too, is that the 
world's largest and oldest nursery, the Stark Brothers Nursery, is located just 
across the Mississippi River from Pike County, in Louisiana, Missouri. 

When Pike County was organized one hundred and thirty-three years ago, it 
embraced practically all of the northern portion of Illinois, including the then 
little log settlements of Chicago, Peoria and Rock Island. In the years following, 
however, more than fifty counties were formed out of the land area once within the 
jurisdiction of Pike County. Today, the land area of Pike is 829 square miles. In 
point of population, it ranks 1,312th among the 3, 103 counties in the United States. 

MARQUETTE AND JOLLIET 

First white men to view the area that afterwards became Pike County were 
the French explorers. Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet. After their 
historic journey of 1673, when they glimpsed future Pike County from both the 
Mississippi and Illinois rivers, the two Frenchmen claimed all of the upper Mis- 
sissippi Valley for the King of France. And this vast, mid-continental region 
remained under the French flag until the close of the French and Indian Wars in 
1763, at which time it became a British possession. 

Then, during the American Revolution, it was captured by George Rogers 
Clark and his band of American backwoodsmen. Soon after the end of that conflict 
in 1783, what is now Pike County— and Illinois— became part of the Northwest 
Territory, a widespread, fertile area out of which were later carved the states of 
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and part of Minnesota. In 1809 Illinois 
became an independent territory, and in 1818 it was admitted to statehood. 



"MILITARY TRACT" 

When the War of 1812 came to an end, the United States government set aside 
a large tract of land in Illinois for veterans of that conflict. Each ex-soldier was 
awarded a quarter section of land in this region, afterwards familiarly known as 
the "Military Tract." And it was in this area that, in 1821, Pike County was 
formed— the first county in the Military Tract. 

Located between the Illinois and Mississippi rivers and bounded on the 
north by a line running from La Salle to Rock Island, the great Military Tract, 
however, proved of little interest to veterans of the War of 1812, most of whom 
lived in Eastern cities. Few came out to settle on their "prairie quarters," as 
the grants were called. It seems they were reluctant to undertake the hardships of 
living on what was then the frontier. 

Many veterans, we are told, sold their "patent land" (another name for the 
grants) for as little as SlOO. Others traded theirs for a horse, a cow, or maybe a 
watch. Some even went so far as to exchange their "prairie quarters" for a pair 
of new shoes. The story is told that one old New York shoemaker secured a num- 
ber of fine Illinois quarter sections of land in return for making a few pairs of 
shoes. 

But there were other Easterners, particularly a group in and around Pitts- 
field, Massachusetts, who went "west" and became settlers in the new State of 
Illinois. Among these were the pioneers of Pike County. At first, however, some 
of them had difficulties in distinguishing between soldiers' "patent" land and 
"Congress" land, the latter being land on which they could settle before buying 
it from the government. 

Oftentimes, a settler would build a log cabin home, lay out a farm and ac- 
quire livestock only to have a patent-holder show up and claim his land and all of 
his improvements. Frequently, too, unscrupulous "land sharks" would turn up 
with a number of patent titles and close in on a settler. One such who early oper- 
ated in Pike and other Military Tract counties was Toliver' Craig, who forged 
patents and deeds. He was subsequently arrested and in the jail at Cincinnati he 
attempted to commit suicide. After serving a year's term, however, Craig was 
released and that was the last heard of him. 

FIRST SETTLER 

Recorded as the first permanent white settler within the present limits of 
Pike County is Ebenezer Franklin, who came in March, 1820. There is a local 
tradition that a French-Canadian hunter named Tibault arrived sometime between 
1817 and 1819, but he did not establish a permanent home in the future county. 

When Ebenezer Franklin came and located on a site about a mile east of the 
future village of Atlas, he brought with him his wife, son, three daughters and a 
man named Israel Waters. In the beginning, the Franklins had to live in a tent, 



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there being no neighbors anywhere in the wilderness region roundabout to offer 
them temporary shelter. 

About two months later, or in early June of 1820, another man arrived in the 
vicinity of the Franklin tent and located a claim. He was Daniel Shinn, second 
settler of present-day Pike County and the person after whom the village of Shinn 
is named. But Daniel Shinn did not bring members of his family with him, leaving 
them temporarily at Fdwardsville. 

As soon as possible, Ebenezer Franklin and Daniel Shinn erected log cabins, 
both helping each other in this work. Then Shinn brought his family, consisting of 
his wife and eight children, to the area that afterwards became Atlas Township. 
Subsequently, Daniel Shinn became known as one of the best wolf-hunters in the 
countryside, a role thrust upon him by the loss of many hogs when he first settled 
there. 

ARRIVAL OF THE ROSSES 

An early and influential family in Pike County history was the Ross clan. 
Natives of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, they headed a group from that town which 
moved westward, and, late in 1820, settled in the vicinity of the Franklin and 
Shinn cabins. The Ross family consisted of William Ross (afterwards a militia 
colonel), Captain Leonard Ross (veteran of V/ar of 1812), Dr. Henry J. Ross and 
Clarendon Ross. All brought their families with them. In 1823 Colonel U'illiam 
Ross helped to lay out the village of Atlas, and, at a later date, the town of 
Pittsfield. 

PIKE COUNTY ORGANIZED 

In addition to the Rosses and their friends from Massachusetts, there soon 
cam.e other settlers from New York state, Ohio, Virginia and Kentucky, this being 
the era of the great westward migration in American history. By 1821 there were 
enough residents between the Illinois and Mississippi rivers to form a new county, 
and thus it was that on January 31, 1821, the state legislature authorized the 
formation of a new county in this region. It was given the name of Pike County, 
after Zebulon M. Pike, the American general, explorer and discoverer of Pike's 
Peak in Colorado. 

In the beginning, as we have seen. Pike County embraced practically all of 
the northern portion of Illinois, including what were then the small log settlements 
of Chicago, Peoria and Rock Island. A publication of the time, the "Gazetter of 
Illinois and Missouri," stated simply that Chicago is "a village of Pike county, 
containing 12 or 15 houses and about 60 or 70 inhabitants." 

But Pike County did not long retain this vast size. In 1823 another new 
county, Fulton, was organized out of a portion of Pike, and still another portion 
was cut off from it when Schuyler County was established in 1825. Thus, gradu- 
ally, Pike County shrank to its present size of 829 square miles. The first county 



seat of Pike was at Coles' Grove, now Gilead, in Calhoun County. But in 1823. 
when Pike first began to shrink in size, a new county seat was set up in the 
village of Atlas, which recently had been laid out by Colonel William Ross and 
Rufus Brown. The last-named opened at Atlas, the first tavern in Pike County. 

GOVERNOR JOHN WOOD 

Another early settler of Pike County, who came in the same year as the 
Rosses, was John Wood, afterwards to become founder of the city of Quincy (in 
Adams County), a friend of Lincoln, an organizer of the Republican party, a Civil 
War officer and governor of Illinois. When John Wood and a companion, Willard 
Keyes, arrived in future Pike County in 1821, they located on a tract of land just 
below the site where New Canton was later platted. It seems they not only farmed 
here but set up a "bachelor's hall," this being a log cabin where newly-arrived 
bachelors might stay until they had found wives. 

The story is told that one day, while they were traveling in the countryside 
about thirty miles northwest of the village of Atlas, John Wood turned to his com- 
panion. Colonel William Ross, and said that here he would lay out a city. But 
Colonel Ross expressed doubt about the prospects of John Wood's proposed city. 
"It's too near Atlas," concluded Colonel Ross. The site that John Wood had 
chosen that day is now the city of Quincy, with a population of 41,450. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' COURT 

First business of the County Commissioners' Court of newly-organized Pike 
County, which held its initial meeting on April 24, 1821, at Coles' Grove (after- 
wards to become Gilead, in Calhoun County), was to issue a tavern license to 
Belus and Egbert Jones upon their paying $3.00 for the license. Then Belus Jones 
was appointed constable for the new county. "The liquor traffic," says an old 
historical work, "evidently was not great enough to employ the entire time of the 
two gentlemen, and as the newly-organized county needed a Constable, Mr. Jones' 
services were solicited in that capacity." 

ROADS, MILITIA PRECINCTS, LICENSES, ETC. 

At later meetings of the first County Commissioners' Court, composed of 
Captain Leonard Ross, John Shaw and William Ward, provisions were made for 
laying out new roads, with Daniel Shinn, Clarendon Ross and Ebenezer Franklin 
named as road-viewers; a ferry license, for $1.00, was issued to James McDonald 
for his boat service across the Mississippi River to Louisiana (Missouri); three 
militia precincts were established for protection against Indians; a board of over- 
seers of the poor was appointed; and recommendations were made for a number of 
Justices of the Peace. 



JOHN KINZIE: JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

As Pike County, at this time, embraced practically all of northern Illinois, it 
was found that a county Justice of the Peace was required in the log village of 
Chicago. And so the commissioners of Pike County recommended John Kinzie "as 
a fit and suitable person" for Justice of the Peace. He was one of Chicago's first 
settlers and a "founding father" of the present metropolis on Lake Michigan. 

FIRST MURDER TRIAL 

At the Circuit Court's first session in Pike County, held October 1, 1821, 
two Indians were tried "for the murder of a Frenchman." Aside from the two Ind- 
ians involved, one of whom was fined 25 cents and imprisoned for twenty-four 
hours and the other found not guilty when it was shown the killing was accident- 
al, this trial is of interest because of several other personalities concerned in 
it. 

The judge who sat on the bench that day was John Reynolds, afterwards to 
become governor of Illinois and the author of numerous books and pamphlets on 
pioneer life in the Prairie State. When the two Indians were brought before him, 
Judge John Reynolds appointed a young attorney, Daniel P. Cook, to represent 
them. Cook was later to become an outstanding member of Congress and the man 
after whom Cook County, in which Chicago is located, was named. Among the 
grand jurors at the "Indian" trial was Ebenezer Franklin, first settler of Pike 
County. 

GEORGE DAVENPORT'S LICENSE 

Another early tavern license granted by the commissioners of newly-organized 
Pike County was to George Davenport, who then lived in a double log cabin on 
Rock Island, in the Mississippi River. It was George Davenport who later became 
one of the co-founders of Rock Island, a village out of which grew the present 
"Quad Cities" of northern Illinois, which include Davenport (Iowa), named after 
the man who once had paid $3-00 into the treasury of Pike County for permission 
to operate a tavern. 

ATLAS NAMED NEW COUNTY SEAT 

In 1823 the state legislature ordered that the county seat of Pike be removed 
from Coles' Grove (at that time Pike County included what later became Calhoun 
County and Coles' Grove, in the latter county, afterwards was re-named Gilead) to 
the village of Atlas. One reason for this move was that Colonel William Ross, 
founder of Atlas, had presented a deed for one acre of ground to the county, this 
land to be used for a county courthouse, etc. 

In the same year, a vacancy occurred in the County Commissioners' Court 
when Ossian M. Ross (historians do not tell us whether he was related to the 



Rosses of Atlas Township) resigned to become the first sheriff of Fulton County — 
a new county formed out of a portion of Pike County. Ossian M. Ross was not 
only the "father" of Fulton County but the founder of Lewistown, second largest 
city in that county. 

ALFRED BISSELL 

Recorded as the first to raise apples in Pike County was Alfred Bissell, 
who arrived in 1823 and settled on a tract about a mile north of the present vil- 
lage of New Hartford. But he did not long remain in the county, selling his land 
to a man named Brown. At the time Alfred Bissell planted his apple orchard, 
James Stark was already in business as a nurseryman across the Mississippi 
River at Louisiana, Missouri. It is not known, however, if Bissell obtained the 
seeds for his apple orchard from Stark, who founded his nursery in 1816. 

COURTHOUSE BUILT 

With Atlas now the county seat of Pike, a courthouse was soon under con- 
struction on the ground donated by Colonel Ross. This first courthouse was a 
log building, sixteen by eighteen feet in size, and was built by Daniel Shinn. He 
received $6.00 for cutting and hauling the logs used in the construction of the 
courthouse, and $26.00 for making puncheon desks and chairs and finishing the 
edifice. In addition to county business, this courthouse was used for school 
purposes too, the first teacher here being John Jay Ross, son of Captain Leonard 
Ross. 

VISIT OF CHIEF KEOKUK 

Although Indians were still in the area during Pike County's earliest days, 
they were, on the whole, peacefully inclined towards the white settlers— at least 
until the outbreak of the Black Hawk War in 1832. An instance of this friendly 
attitude occurred in 1824 when the old Indian chief, Keokuk, and about 500 of 
his tribesmen encamped for an over-night stay on Sny Island, a long bar of land 
in the Mississippi River just west of the village of Atlas. But before camping 
here. Chief Keokuk sent word to the settlers at Atlas that no harm would be done 
to them. After staging a war dance that night around their camp fires, the Keokuk 
redmen continued on their way down the Mississippi, their mission being to fight 
a band of enemy Indians below St. Louis. 

PITTSFIELD FOUNDED 

It was in 1833, one year after the close of the Black Hawk War, that a new 
nty seat, one more centrally located than Atlas, was platted and given the 
le "Pittsfield" after the town in Massachusetts from which came the Rosses 
and many other early settlers of Pike County. The new county seat was laid out 
on a quarter section of land purchased for $200 from the government. 



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Immediately after Pittsfield was laid out, a new courthouse was built for 
the county by Israel N. Burt, who received about $2,000 for his work. A few 
years later, however, this edifice, a simple, frame building, was found to be 
outmoded. Plans were then made for a still newer, and more imposing, court- 
house, and this was completed in 1839 at a cost of $15,000. It was a brick edifice 
and stood in the center of the Public Square at Pittsfield. 

"TOM SAWYER" IN PIKE COUNTY 

One of the most exciting parts of Mark Twain's great classic of boyhood, 
"The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," has for its locale an island in the Mississippi 
River that was part of Pike County. In the book this island is referred to as 
Jackson Island. It was here that Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn and Joe Harper set up a 
camp after disappearing from their homes on a raft, here they heard cannon shots 
being fired in an attempt to bring their "bodies" to the surface ot the Missis- 
sippi, and here they were frightened by a severe thunder storm. This whole 
episode is believed to have been based on personal experiences in Mark Twain's 
boyhood. He grew up in Hannibal, located just across from Pike County in Mis- 
souri. Today, this part of the Mississippi River is spanned by the modern Mark 
Twain Memorial Bridge. 

LAWYER LINCOLN AT PITTSFIELD 

Among the circuiting-riding lawyers who frequently appeared at "court 
week" sessions in the Pike County courthouse at Pittsfield was Abraham Lin- 
coln. At that time, both judges and lawyers followed a circuit of several counties, 
and "court week" in any county seat town was usually an event of great import- 
ance to the settlers of the countryside. 

Two years before he was elected the nation's chief executive, Abraham 
Lincoln spoke to a large crowd in Pittsfield. The site of this address, delivered 
on October 1, 1858, is marked by a boulder in Central Park, main recreation spot 
of Pittsfield. 

In addition to Governor John Reynolds, another who early sat as a circuit 
judge in Pike County was Senator Stephen A. Douglas, celebrated opponent of 
Lincoln's in the great Lincoln-Douglas Debates. A one-time prosecuting attorney 
who traveled the circuit which included Pike County was Thomas Ford, after- 
wards to become governor of Illinois. Another who later was elected governor, 
Richard Yates, also appeared as a lawyer in Pittsfield on a number of occasions. 

THE CIVIL WAR 

When President Lincoln announced his call for 75,000 volunteers at the 
outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, the men of Pike County quickly responded to 
the summons and in a few days were forming companies of Union troops. Many of 



these men remembered President Lincoln as a frequent visitor to their county, 
and they lost no time in showing their devotion to him. 

Pike County's part in the Civil \?'ar is succinctly stated in an old county 
historical work, which says: "According to the census of 1860, the county had 
a population of 27,182. The war, however, continued for several years, and the 
county increased in population; accordingly, we will place the population in 
round numbers at 30,000. There are five persons to every voter, according to the 
customary basis of reckoning. That would make the number of men in the county 
6,000. Pike County put in the field 3,132 men, this being over one-half her 
voters." 

NICOLAY AND HAY 

Two early residents of Pike County who emerged into national prominence 
in the years after the Civil War were John Hay and John G. Nicolay. Both are 
best known in American history for their joint biography of Abraham Lincoln, a 
monumental ten-volume work that was begun when Hay and Nicolay were serving 
as secretaries to President Lincoln. Although reared in nearby Warsaw (in Han- 
cock County), John Hay spent much of his boyhood in Pittsfield where his uncle, 
Milton Hay, was a pioneer attorney. It was at Pittsfield, too, that John Hay 
attended school and met many educated folk who influenced his youthful mind. 

A native of Germany, John G. Nicolay was six years old when brought by 
his family to Pike County. He was educated in the county, and, on attaining 
maturity, became a reporter on the Pittsfield Free Press. Later he served as 
editor of that paper. Subsequently, he went to Springfield, Illinois, to study law, 
and there first became acquainted with Lincoln. At that time John Hay was also 
in Springfield studying law. Both young men attracted the attention of Lincoln, 
who took them with him to Washington when he became President. 

"PIKE COUNTY BALLADS" 

In addition to his Lincoln biography, John Hay wrote numerous other books 
during his later career as a diplomat and statesman (he was the formulator of the 
American "open door" policy in China). One of his volumes that became widely 
read was "Pike County Ballads," a collection of narrative poems about life in 
Pike County. Since it was first published in 1871, this book has become some- 
thing of an American classic, reflecting as it does various aspects of life in 
what might be termed a typical county of inland America. One of the most popular 
poems in the volume is "Jim Bludso, of the Prairie Belle," which recounts the 
heroism of a steamboat engineer. 

SNY ISLAND LEVEE 

An early reclamation project in Pike County was the building of the Sny 
Island Levee, an improvement that was completed in 1874 and that reclaimed 



more than 100,000 acres of land on the Mississippi River side of the county. 
"This levee," says a contemporary account, "is by far the largest above Vicks- 
burg, being about 52 miles in length, commencing on a sand ridge in Adams 
county, and extending into Calhoun county ... A few farms were opened in the 
bottom before the construction of the levee, but since that work was completed 
the land is becoming pretty well covered with farms, occupied by a good indus- 
trious class of citizens. The time may come when the dwellers in this land will 
become a power in the county." 



PIKE COUNTY TODAY 

According to the 1950 census (the last taken), Pike County has a total pop- 
ulation of 22,155, and, in this respect, ranks 1,312th among the 3,103 counties 
of the United States. It has an area of 829 square miles and a density of about 
27 inhabitants per square mile. Unlike many counties in Illinois, however. Pike 
has a larger rural population than it has urban. The figures show that 3,564 of 
its inhabitants are urban dwellers, whereas 9,350 are rural non-farm dwellers and 
9,241 are rural farm dwellers. 



^*^ithin the total population of the county there are 6,065 families, consist- 
ing of two or more persons related by blood or marriage. The median (average) 
income for these families in 1949 (when the last such figures were taken) was 
$2,112. The total number of employed persons in the county is 8,044, of which 
the largest number (3,314 or 41.2 per cent) are engaged in agricultural work. 

There are 2,439 farms in Pike County, occupying a total of 486,000 acres. 
The average value of land and buildings per farm is $19,498. In 1949 (when such 
figures were last obtained) the value of all farm products sold that year was 
$15,932,000. Farm expenditures in the same year, which included feed for live- 
stock and poultry and wages for hired labor, amounted to $3,382,000. 




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BUREAU OF RESEARCH AND PLANNING 

DIVISION. OF HIOWW^VS 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS S. BUILDtNGS 

IN COOPERATION WITH THE 

US DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 



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PITTSFIELD 

Principal city of Pike County and seat of the county is Pittsfield. Its pop- 
ulation in 1950 was 3,564, an increase of 23.6 per cent over the 1940 figure. The 
city is located at the intersection of US 54 and State 107. As the story of Pitts- 
field is largely the story of Pike County, many references to it will be found in 
the opening narrative of this book. 

One of the outstanding sights of Pittsfield is the Pike County Courthouse, 
an ornate, three-story edifice of Indiana limestome. It was built in 1894 and its 
designer was Henry Elliott. Another sight in the city is Central Park, which, 
among other features, contains a boulder marking the spot where Abraham Lin- 
coln spoke to a large crowd of Pike County citizens on October 1, 1858. 

Pittsfield city is located in Pittsfield Township, which has a total popu- 
lation of 3,884. Among the earliest settlers of the township were Joel Moore, 
Ephraim Cannon and Moses Riggs. It was in 1833 that Pittsfield was founded 
and designated county seat. It was named after Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 



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TIME COMMINIIY CHURCH 



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METOODIST & CATHOLIC CHURCH 



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CORK SCHOOL HOUSE-Dist. 82 Pittsfield 



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PITTSFIELD PUMP HOUSE 



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ABNEY, ALBERT L. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
365 acres 



ACKLES ORCHARD 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 





ABroiT, MERTON 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
260 acres 



ACKLES ORCHARD 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
100 acres 



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ACKLES, JOSEPH M. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsvil le 
260 acres 



ACKLES, PALL E. 




Valley City 
1 acre 




ACKLES, JOSEPH 
Rt. 2 



Griggsvil ie 
Tenant House 



AmMS, BESSIE 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
178 acres 



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ADAMS, BESSIE 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 

18 7 acres 



ADKINS, HCWARD 
Rt. 1 



Kinderh cok 
40 acres 





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ADAMS, CLYDE 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
VA acres 



ADAMS, HCMER 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
290 acres 





ADAMS ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
43 acres 



ADKINS, HOWARD 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
120 acres 



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AIKINS. HOWARD 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
156 acr£s 



AHdNS, WM. & WILLIS STOLTE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 

303 acres 



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ADKINS & STOLTE FARM 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
210 acres 



ALBERS, RICHARD 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
18 5 acres 




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ADKINSON, RICHARD 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
320 acres 



ALEXANDER, CARL E. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 






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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
320 acres 



ALFORD, GEORGE W. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
123 acres 





AI^, JUDSON C. 
Rt. I 



Barry 
160 acres 



ALPS. ROBERT 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
80 acres 



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ALFS, ROBERT 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
160 acres 



ALLEN, D. 0. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

204 acres 





ALFS, ROBERT E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
108 acres 



ALLEN, DOroiHY 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
234 acres 






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ALFS, TOBERT E. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
114 acres 



ALLEN, EARL 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
64 acres 





ALFS, RCBERT E. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
240 acres 



ALLEN, FLOYD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
132 acres 



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ALLEN, FLOYD 
Ft. 1 



Pearl 



ALLEN, OLA 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 

25 acres 



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ALLEN, FLOYD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



ALLEN, OLA 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 

50 acres 





ALLEN, F. S. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
320 acres 



ALLEN, ROBERT 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 








ALLEN, GLENN Rock Port 

Rt.l-Paul Wombles, Tenant 255 acres 



ALLEMSWORTO, CASPER 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
337> acres 



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ALLISON, E. E. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
450 acres 



ALIMILLER, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
100 acres 





ALLISON, WM. 
Rt.l 



Pearl 
124 acre 



ANDERSON, R. H. 
Rt. 



Valley City 
160 acres 





ALSUP, JOTN 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
230 acres 



ANDREWS, DEWEY, L. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
240 acres 





ALSUP, J CHN 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
230 acres 



aNKBUM, LhiriA 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
141 acres 



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ANKBOM, LETHA 
Rt. 1 



APPLE INDUSTRIES, INC. 



Barry 
13 acres 




Valley City 



ARMONTROUT, CLARK 
Rt. 1 



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Pittsfield 
240 acres 



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ARMENTHOUT, CLAFK 
Rt. 2 



Rarry 
160 acres 




APPLEGATE, ESSIE 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
40 acres 




ARMONTROUT, MILDRED 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





APPLEGATE, 


RUSSELL 


Nebo 


ARNALD, 


MRS. 


A. 


W. 


Bock Port 


Rt. 1 




197!4 acres 


Rt. 1 








200 acres 



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BLAIR GROCERY - Mr. Brace 



Pearl 




HJVCKORBY, ZELMAR 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
320 acres 



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H.AND & HANSON & (iECKLER 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



Hj\a(WELL ESTATC 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
114 acres 




BOBO EASTATE (ALLIE) 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



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BRACY, RAYMOND W. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
160 acres 




BOGGS, MINNIE 
Rt. 



New Salem 
2 acres 



BRACY, RAYMOND W. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
100 acres 



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ATOR, BERNARD L. 



Pleasant Hill 
5 acres 




ATOR, GUY 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




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Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
60 acres 



ATOR, 0. W. JR. 



Griggsville 





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Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 

60 acres 




ATOR, R. WAYNE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 







ATOR, GUY 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

223 acres 



ATflERTON, ART 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
206 acres 



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ATOERTON, ART 
Rt. 2 



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Pearl 
84 acres 




ATHEKTON.ME. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
320 acres 



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ATKINSON, R. M. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
157 acres 




AYERS, HENRY 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
80 acres 




AYERS & SAUNDERS 
Rt. 3 



Pi ttsfield 
160 acres 




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ROCKPORT 

Largest community of Atlas Township is Rockport, with a population of 
282. It is located on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad and is a trading 
center of the surrounding agricultural area. The township in which it is located 
has a total population of 1,213. The first settler of Atlas Township was Eben- 
ezer Franklin, who also was the first settler of Pike County, arriving in 1820. 



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ATLAS 

A community of 93 inhabitants, Atlas "has the distinction of being the oldest 
town in Pike County. It was platted in 1823 by Colonel William Ross and in that 
same year became the county seat of Pike. In 1833, however, the county seat 
was removed to the then new town of Pittsfield. 



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HORTON 

A small hamlet in Atlas Township is Horton. It is located in a fertile farm- 
ing area just north of Rockport. The postoffice at Rockport serves Horton. 



MOORE 

Another hamlet in Atlas Township is Moore. It is located on the Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Railroad and is served by the postoffice at nearby Rockport. 



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Rock Port 




METHODIST CHURCH 



Rock Port 130 



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CHRISTIAN CHURCH 



Rock Port 




COyCREGATIONAL CHRISnAN CHURCH 



Sunnner Hill 



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MASONIC TEMPLE 



Pock Port 





WEST POINT SCHOOL 



Rock Port 



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RIVERSIDE SCHOOL 



Rock Port 



ATLAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 



Atlas 





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Atlt 



GILLGAL SCHOOL 



Rock Port 





PAPK LAWN CEMETERY 



Barry 



TAYLOR CEMETERY 



Baylis 



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BABB, HAZEL L. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
160 acres 




BABB & DENISON 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
320 acres 



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B\EUR, Bm L. 
Bt. 2 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 



BAGBY, FORREST 
Rt. 1 



Pitts tieia 

350 acres 





BAEHR, MARSHAL 



New Salem 
90 acres 



BAGBY, RIBSELL 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
150 acres 




B\CK, RALPH 



Summer Hill 
1 acr«> 




BAINTER. WALTER M 
Rt. 1 





BACUS, ROSS I. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
2)ii acres 



BAINTER, WALTER M. 
Rt. 1 



Bay lis 
196 acres 



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BMNTER, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 



BAKUTIS, TONY 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
134 acres 





BAIRD, MAGGIE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
168 acres 



BALDWIN, WM. R. & JENETTE RHQADS New Cant. 
Rt. 1 160 acres 






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BAKER, LESLIE JB. 

Rt.;i. 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



BALLINGER, aEN 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




BAKER. LESLIE H. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




a\LSMAN, RAYMOND & MARY 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
5 acres 



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BARBER BROS. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
360 acres 




BARKER, SOPHIA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 




B\RND, A. F. 
Rt.. 1 



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Pleasant Hill 
100 acres 




BAHIND, A. F. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 




BARNES, KATE 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
418 acres 




BARRY, JAMES H. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
144 acres 




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Rt.l-Cecil & Loyal Smith, Ten. 413 acres 



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BARTLETT, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Griggsvillc 
160 acres 




BARTON, BEACH & NEVA 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
79 acres 





BARTLETT, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
80 acres 



mRTON, BEACH & NEVA 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
79 acres 





BARTLETT ROSS New Salem 

Rt.l-Carl Bartlet-Reg- Sheep 140 acres 



BARTON, BEACH &NfiVA 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
184 acres 





BARTON, ALVA 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
87M acres 



BARTCN, CLYDE R. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
60 acres 



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BARTON, GLENN 
Rt. 3 




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1 acre 



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BARTON, MERLYN H. 
Rt. 3 



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Pittsfield 
231 acres 




BARTON, JOHN A. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
199 acres 




BARTON, RALPH L. 



Pleasant Hill 
296 acres 




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BARTON, JOHN A. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 




BARTCN, S. B. 
Rt. 1 



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Pleasant Hill 
209 acres 




BARTON, JOHN A. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
170 acres 






BARTON, STEWART B. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
209 acres 



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BARTON, STEWART B. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 



BARTON, WAYNE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
1 acre 





BARROWMAN, VEBAN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



BATLEY, LOREN C. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

100 acres 




BARTON, VIRGIL 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
112 acres 




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BATTERSHELL, CEQL 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
50 acres 





mRTCN VIRGIL J. Pleasant Hill 

Rt. 1-Reg. Hereford Cattle 170 acres 



BATTERSHELL, ERNEST J. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

40 acres 



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BATTERSHELL, ROSS 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
60 acres 



BA-re, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




BATZ, HOSE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 




BAUER, BEN L. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
140 acres 




BATZ, ROSE I. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 





BAUER, BEN L. Pittsfield 

Rt.2-Homer Bauer. Tenant 1,4 yr. 160 acres 




BATZ, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hiii 
120 acres 



BAUER, CHESTER A. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 



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BAUER, ffiORGE ^ ,,,. 

Rt.l-Reg. Shorthorn Cattle 



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Pittsfield 
180 acres 





BAUERS, RAYBURN 
Rt. 1 




Pearl 
200 acres 






BAUER, LESLIE L. 
Rt. 2 




BAUER, PAUL 

Rt. l-i^ei^. Hampshire Hogs 



BAUER, RAYBURN 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
153 acres 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




Pearl 
i ■< acres 



BAUGHMAN, ARTHUR 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




BAUGHMAN, LEE 
Rt. 3 



BAUGHMAN, N.E. & SWJS 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




Pleasant Hill 
228 acres 



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B\UGH.MAN, ROBERT L. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
1 acre 



BEARD. FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
320 acres 





BAUOiMAN, W. 0. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
55 acres 



BEARD, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
60 acres 






BAUGJIMAN, WALTER 0. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
ISO acres 



BEASLEY, J. L. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
164 acres 





BAUGHMAN & CAREY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



BEASLEY, LEO 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

160 acres 



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BEASLEY, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
3 acres 



BEATTY, C. C. 
Rt. 



New Sal en 





BEATTIE, EARL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
17 5 acres 



BECK, JOHN H. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
77 acres 





BEATTIE, EARL 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
214 acres 



BEOCENHOLDT BROS. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
200 acres 




BEATTY, C. C. 
Rt. 2 



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New Salem 
114 acres 




BECK ENHOLDT, BROS. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
200 acres 



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BEEBY, J. J. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
700 acres 



BENNET, ALBERT W. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 





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ffiERUP, AUSTIN & MABEL GREGORY Hull 

Rt. 1 16 acres 



BENNETT, DAVID 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vil le 





BENJAMIN. LAWRENCE 
Rt. 



Pleasant Hill 
1 acre 



BENNETT, DAVID 
Rt. 2 



GriRKsville 




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\T, JOHN E. 

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Elaylis 
93^ acres 



BENNETT, DAVID 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
307 acres 



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BENNETT, FRANK DEAN 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 



BENNETT, MBS. ORA M. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vil le 
80 acres 





BENNETT, FRANK DEAN 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
356 acres 



ffiNSON, E. B. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
480 acres 





BENNETT, HAMOR G. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsvi He 
450 acres 



BENZ, MERLE 
Rt. 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 






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BENNETT, HAMOR G. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 



BERGMAN, CLIFFORD H. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
227 acres 



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BERGMAN. CLIFFORD 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
2 40 acres 




BERRY, H.B. & EVA 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
Tenant House 





BERGMAN, RICHARD 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
60 acres 



ffiPNARD, ROY 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 





BERNARD, HARRY 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vi lie 
40 acres 



PERNARD, ROY 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
200 acres 





BERRY, H.B. & EVA 


Pleasant Hill 


BESS, ROY 


Pearl 


Rt. 2 


406 acres 


Rt. 1 






BETHARD, ORAL 
Rt. 2 



BETHEL SCHOOL-Dist. 121 
Rt. 2 



BETHEL ROCK QIARRY 



BETOEL ROCK QIARRY 
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Barry 
80 acres 




Barry 




Pear 




Pearl 




BETTS, ELLIOT 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
7 7 acres 



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BICKERDIKE FARMS 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
206 acres 




BICKERDIKE, ELMA 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vil le 
112 acres 




BICKERDIKE, ROBERT (ESTATE) 
Rt. 



Perry 
110 acres 





BICXERDIKE, MBS. GRACE 
Rt. 



Perry 
109 acres 




BIDO-E, ROY I. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
Tenant House 




BIDDLE, 


EMMERT 


Griggsvil le 


BIEOLE, 


VERA M. 


Pittsfield 


Rt. 




121 acres 


Bt. 1 




160 acres 




BIDDLE, ROY I. 
Rt.2-Donald Biddle, Opr. 



GriggsTille 
235 acres 




BIGSBY, HOMMER 
Rt. 1 



Rock Fort 
47 acres 



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BIDDLE, nOY I. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
110 acres 



BING, MRS. W. A. 
Box 17 2 



Gri ggsville 
8 acres 



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BINGHAM, MERLE E. 
Rt. 1 



BINNION, RUBY (MRS.) 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
1 acre 




Griggs vi lie 
77 acres 




BIRCH, ARLAND 
Rt. 1 



Gri ggsville 
180 acres 




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BIRCH, CHARLES 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
80 acres 








BIRCH, ARLAND 
Rt. 1 



BIRCH, ARLAND 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vil le 
80 acres 




Griggsville 



BIRCH, CHARLES E. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
154 acres 



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BIRCH, ELMER J. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vi 1 le 
126 acres 



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BIRCH, 


FRANK E. 


Griggs ville 
2 40 acres 


BIRCH. 


JESSE R. 


Griggs ville 


Rt. 1 




Rt. 1 




243 acres 





BIRCH, FRANK fc. 
Rt. 2 



(jriggs vil le 
174 acres 



BIRQl, WILLIAM C. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
162 acres 





BIRCH, FRANK E. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 



BIRCH. WILLIAM C. 
Rt. 2 



Gri ggsvil le 





BIRCH, JESSE R. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
220 acres 



BIRCH FARM 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
240 acres 



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BISELL, ARCHIE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
1 acre 



Hj\CKE'n:R, WILLIAM J. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
3 Lots 





BISSELL, HOWARD 
Rt. 1 



Pear] 
35 acres 



BLAKE, RUTH 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
159 acres 



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BIXBY, GEORGE H. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
390 acres 



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BLACKORBY, OVA 
Rt. 1 




Pearl 
120 acres 





BLACXETTER, CARL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
1 acres 



BLACKORBY, ZELMAR 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 



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Ft. 2 



New Ca n t on 
320 acres 




ARNALD, MRS. A. W. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
200 acres 




ASHMORE, ROY A. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 



ARNALD. HOWARD 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hi 11 
54 acres 




ASM IS, ROBERT 
Rt. 1 



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Bee Creek 
45 acres 





ARNETT, GERALD 
Rt. 1 



Bay lis 
330 acres 




ATOR, ALLIE 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
l.'J.S acres 



ARNETT, BOY E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
90 acres 



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BOKAW, ALBERT J. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 



BOOTH, HAROLD J. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 

140 acres 





BOLLMAN, Q\LE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
169 acres 



BOOTH, KEITH 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
120 acres 





BONI FIELD, aABENCE M. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
82M acres 



BOOTH, 0. A. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
27 acres 





BOVMFLOD, OLLIE 
Rt. 1 



Ba rry 
265 acres 



BOREN, C. E. 



Pearl 
182 acres 



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BOREN, CLYDE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



BORROWMAN, DEWEY 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 







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BORROWMAN, EARL 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
240 acres 




BOREN, LYNDLE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

24 acres 



BORROWMAN, EARL 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
191 acres 



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BORROWMAN, DEWEY 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 

560 acres 



BOPROMTMAN, ROY R. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acres 



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BORHOWMAN, ORIN 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 




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BORROWMAN, ORIN 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
180 acres 




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BORROWMAN, VIRGIL 
Rt. 1 



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New Canton 
120 acres 




BORROWMAN, 


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Nebo 


BORHOWMAN, 


VIBGIL 


New Canton 


Rt. 1 




40 acres 


Rt. 1 




128 acres 




B(»flDWMAN, VIRGIL 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
186 acres 




BORROWMAN, 


VERNON 


Nebo 


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Kinderhook 


Rt. 2 




80 acres 


Rt. 1 




407 acres 



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Kinderhook 
360 acres 




BOULWARE, ELMER C. 
Rt. 1 




Barry 
240 acres 




BORHOWMAN, VIRGIL 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 

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BOWEN, ETTA 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
240 acres 




BORTOWICK, JAMES W. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 




BOWEN, HARRIET 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 





BOSSARTE, WALTER S. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
6 acres 



BOWER, ELIZABETH S. 
Rt. 1 



Harry 
200 acres 



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BOWER, FRANK M. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acres 



BOWES, CHARLES W. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
154 acres 





BOWERS, A. J. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 



BOWMAN, FLOYD 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
135 acres 





BOWERS, A. J. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
271 acres 



BOWMAN, RAY 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
40 acres 





BOWERS, A. J. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

200 acres 



BOYEE, WILLIAM V. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
253 acres 



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KUDBURN, CHARLIE T. 
Rt. 1 




Pittsfield 
154 acres 


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Perry 
5/^ acres 




BRADHJRY, HARRIS 
Rt. 1 



Perry 
20 acres 



BRADSHAW, aVDE C. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 




BRADBURY, HARRIS 



Perry 
92 acres 




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Rt. 1 



Griggs vi He 
240 acres 




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BRADBURY, LEO F. 
Rt. 1 













Charabersburg 
160 acres 



HUDSHAW, S. S. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vil le 
167 acres 



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Griggsville 
120 acres 




BRADSHAW, SAM 
Rt. 1 



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Griggsvil le 
360 acres 









BRADSHAW, SAM 



Perry 
160 acres 




BRADSHAW, SAM 
Rt. 



Perry 
144 acres 




BRADSHAW, SAM 
Rt. 1 



BRADSHAW, SAM 
Rt. 1 



BRADSHAW, TOM 
Rt. 1 



BRADSHAW, WALTER 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 




Griggsvil le 
100 acres 




Gri ggs vil le 
20 acres 




Griggsville 
53 acres 



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Barry 
24 acres 



BRASS, E. E. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
283 acres 





BRANHAM, LEE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
4 acres 



BRECKINRIDGE, T. H. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 



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BRECKENRIDGE, T. H. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 




BRANT, ALVIN, Jfi. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 

80 acres 



BRIAN. HAPLOW & ALMA SHONHART Pittsfield 
Rt. 2 110 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Barr'5 
20 5 acres 




BRIM, R. L. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
140 acres 





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Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
195 acres 








BROKAW, BRYAN 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
14 acres 




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Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 6 
143 acres 




BROSIE, ADAM 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
825^ acres 




BROKAW, 


BRYAN 


Pleasant Hill 


BROSIE, 


GEORGE 


Rock Port 


Rt. 2 




270 acres 


Rt. 2 




80 acres 



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BROOKS, A. J. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
260 acres 




BROWN, CLAUDE H. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 




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BROWN, CARSON A. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 



BROWN, HERBERT 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
31 acres 





BROWN, CARSON A. 
Rt. 1 



BROWN. CLALDE H. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 




Rock Port 
185 acres 



BBOVN, IRL R. 
Rt. 2 



BROOKS, JOE E. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 




Chambersburg 
160 acres 




BROWN, GEO. F. 
Rt. 2 






New Canton 
80 acres 






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Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 




BROWN, JOHN E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
43 acres 



BPOm, ROBERT 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
104 acres 




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Rt. 2 



BROWN, LILAH C. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
141 acres 



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138 acres 



BROWN, ROBERT 
Rt. 2 



BROWN, WALTER 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
200 acres 




Griggs vi lie 
160 acres 



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BROHTN, L. G. (ESTATE) 
Rt. 2 


Barry 
180 acres 


BROWNING, N 
Rt. 1 


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210 acres 




BROWING, JOHN 
Rt. f 



Chambersburg 
160 acres 



BROWNING, ELDON M. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
320 acres 





BROWING, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 



BROWNING, EPNIE 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
98 acres 





BROWNING, ASA 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
400 acres 



BROWNING, EUGENE C. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



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BROWNING, HOWELL 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
310 acres 



BROWNING, MERIAM 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
100 acres 



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Perry 

337)^ acres 



BROWNING, VICTOR F. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
18 5 acres 





BROWNING, H.V. & M.H. 
Rt. 



Perry 



BROWNING, WILLIAM H. 



Pleasant Hill 
4 acres 





BROWNING, LUELU 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
53 acres 



RROWNING ESTATE 

Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
116 acres 



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BRUMMELL, WALTER W. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
240 acres 



BUCHANAN, LOUIS 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
20 acres 





BRU\WELL, WALTER W. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 



BUCHANAN, W. W. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vil le 
120 acres 





BRUNSWICK, AILEEN 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 

280 acres 



BUCHANAN, W. W. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vil le 
80 acres 




BRUNSWICK, ALENE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

160 acres 




BUCHANAN, W. W. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
173 acres 



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BUCHANAN, W. W. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
220 acres 



HJDKE, HARRY H. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
235 acres 




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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
399 acres 



BUTTERFIELD ESTATE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
160 acres 




BUDDEWEYER BROTHERS 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




BULLARD, LYNDLE 
Rt. 4 




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Rt. 2 



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30 acres 


BUNN, 
Rt. 2 


A. G. 


Nebo 
139 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
Tenant House 



BURBRIDGE, FLOYD 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 





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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



BURBRIDGE, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
3 50 a c re s 






BURBRIDGE, AIDIE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
84 acres 



BURBRIDGE, G3EX)RGE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





BURBRIDGE, FLOYD 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

1 70 acres 



BURBRIDGE, ROSS 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
170 acres 



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BURBRIDGE, VIRGIL V. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
)0 acres 



R'RKE, ARTOIR L. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
140 acres 








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Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 



BUPKE, GARELD L. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
200 acres 








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Rt. I 



Baylis 
120 acres 



BURKHART, CLAIR E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
120 acres 





BURDICK, VIRGIL Barry 

Rt.2-Reg. Gurnseys- Breed Stock 80 acres 



BUBLE,<-,, MELVIN 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vil le 



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Griggsville 



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Griggsvil le 



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Griggsville 
235 acres 




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Pearl 
160 acres 





BLRLEND, MELVIN V. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
573 acres 



BiSH ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 

240 acres 





BURLEND, WILLIAM JR. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
210 acres 



BUSHMEYER, HAZEL 

Rt. 1 



Hull 
1 acre 



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BUaiMEYER, HAZEL 
Ft. 1 



Hull 
1 70 acres 



BUTCHERS, ORAH 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 




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BUSHMEYER, HAZEL 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
80 acres 



BLTCH'S PLACE 



Rt. 36, Barry 





BUSHMEYER, WILLIAM 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
80 acres 



BUTLER, CARSON 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
60 acres 




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Rt. 1 



New Canton 
195 acres 



BUTLER, ELMER M. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 

2 78 a c res 



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BUTLER, HENRY E. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
100 acres 



BYBEE, OPAL Pittsfield 

Rt. 3-Mr. Johnson, Tenant 143 acres 





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Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
30 acres 



BYBEE, RUSSELL 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





BUTTERS, FORNIE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
60 acres 



BYBEE, RUSSELL 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
90 acres 





BYBEE, LORA E. 
BcK 433 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 



BYRNS, J. N. Valley City 

Roy E. Hobson, Tenant 8 years - 242 acres 



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Rt.-City 




Griggsville 



BYRNS, JAMES & MRS. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vil le 
360 acres 



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BARRY 

Second largest city in Pike County is Barry, with a population of 1,529. It 
is located on US 36. Barry was platted in the early 1830's by Calvin R. Stone, 
member of the firm of Stone, Field & Marks, of St. Louis. In 1872 the town was 
incorporated as a city. 

Barry is the only community in Barry Township, which has a total popula- 
tion of 2,049. Recorded as the first settlers of the township were the Rev. David 
Edwards and a man named Hadley. They arrived in 1824. Among early pioneers 
of the township were the Rev. William M. Blair and his wife and sons. 



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Ba rry 



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SHEARER CEMETERY 



Barry 



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Barry 





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Barry 



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WHITTLETON SCHOOL 



HAYES SCHOOL 



Barry 




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CHAMBERSBURG 

One of the oldest villages in Pike County is Chambersburg. It was surveyed 
and laid out in 1833 by Seabourn Gilmore and B. B. Metz. First settlers of the 
of the community were Messrs. Mcintosh and Givens, who conducted a distillery 
and general store here before the town was platted. Today, Chambersburg has a 
population of 184. 

Chambersburg is the only community in Chambersburg Township, the popu- 
lation of which is 392. First settlers of the township were James Wells, Samuel 
Atchison, a Mr. Brewster and a Mr. Van Woy. All of them arrived in 1822. Their 
first homes here were of log construction. 



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CHRISTIAN CHURCH PARSONAO: 



Chambersburg 



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Chambersburg 




GRIMES SCHOOL 



Chambersburg 




DEXTER SCHOOL 



Rt.l, Chambersburg 




TODD SCHOOL 



Chambersburg 




SUMMITT SCHOOL-Dist. 1 Chambersburg 

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Chambers burg 



MEREDOSIA- CHAMBERS BURG GRADE SCHOOL Chambersburg 





BROWN CEMETERY 



Chambersburg 



HAM CEMETERY 



Chambersburg 





LADIES COMMUNITY CLUB 



Chambersburg 



SPORTSMAN CLLB & SPRING Chambersburg 





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McGEE CREEK DIST. PL'MPING STA. Chambersburg 



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Rt. 1 



New Canton 
245 acres 



CALL, VANIS E. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
288 acres 



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New Canton 
160 acres 



CALLENDAR, ARTHUR 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
12 acres 









CADWALLADER, ROY 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
7 acres 



CALLENDER, ORA 
ttt. 1 



Pittsfield 
10 acres 








CADWELL, PERLE 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vil le 
160 acres 



CAMP, HAROLD 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
238 acres 



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CAMP, HAROLD 
Rt. 9 



Pittsfield 



CAMPBELL, B.A. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
272 acres 




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Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
20 acres 



CAMPBELL, B. A. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 





CAMP, VIRGIL 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
174 acres 



CAMPBELL, B. A. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
200 acres 





CAMPBELL, B. A. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
324 acres 



CAMPBELL, B. A. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
143 acres 





CAMPBELL, GEORGE S. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



CAMPBELL, RICHARD 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

160 acres 




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Rt. 1 



New Salem 
176 acres 



CAMPBELL, RICHARD H. 
Rt. 1 



Bay lis 
160 acres 




CAMPBELL, MYRON R. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
240 acres 




CAMPBELL, WARREN A. 
Rt. 1 



Rarry 
260 acres 





CAMPBELL, ORIN C. 
Rt. 1 



Bay lis 
44 acres 



CANNON, RAY R. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
137K acres 



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CAPPS, MR. & MRS. MAURICE L. Pleasant Hill 
Rt. 2 VA acres 



CAPPS, RUFUS 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
283 acres 





CAPPS, MERLE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



CARBAUGH, WILLIAM A. 
Rt. 1 



hSarry 
33 acres 





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Rock Port 
120 acres 



CAREY, EVERETT G. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
63 acres 





CAPPS, RAYMOND 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
160 acres 



CARLEN, LAWRENCE E. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
2 acres 



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Rt. 1 



CAPMICHAEL, G. N. 
Rt. 1 



CARMICHAEL, G. N. 
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New Canton 
107 acres 




Griggsville 




Griggs vi lie 
87 acres 




CARMICHAEL, G. N. 
Rt. 1 




CARNES, EMMETT 
Rt. 1 



CARNES, HARRY 
Rt. 2 



CAHVES, JAMES 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
480 acres 



CARPENTER, PAUL 
Rt. 



Griggsville 
160 acres 




Griggsville 
17 acres 





Pearl 
160 acres 



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Pleasant Hill 
400 acres 



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CARPENTER, PAUL 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
400 acres 




CARTOLL, CHARLES 
Rt. 3 




Pittsfield 
53 acres 



CARTER, FRANK 
Rt. 2 




Pearl 
iO acres 



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Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
240 acres 




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Rt. 1 



New Salem 
160 acres 




CASTLE BERRY, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
10 acres 





CARREL, ROY E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
4Ji acres 



CASTCEL, CHAS. R. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



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Rt. 1 



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Rt. 2 



CATIETT, A. V. 
Rt. 2 




Pittsfield 
10 acres 




Pleasant Hill 
220 acres 




Pleasant Hill 
220 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Barry 
5 acres 






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Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
8/4 acres 




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Rt. 



Pleasant Hill 
3^ acres 



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Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
160 acres 




CENT. ILL. PUBLIC SERVICE CO. Baylis 

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CHAMffiBLAIN, D. B. Nebo 

Ft. 2-Trucking & Fertilizer 2 acres 



CHAMBERLAIN, GEORGE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 




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Rt. 



Pittsfield 
2 acres 



CHAMBERLAIN, RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 




CHAMBERLAIN, GENE E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 




CHAMBERLAIN, RUSSELL & BURTDN Barry 

Rt. 2 510 acres 



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CHAMBEPLAIN, GENE E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



CHANDLER, ETTA M. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
50 acres 



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Rt. 1 



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Pearl 

205 acres 




QiAPMAN, FAY 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
2 acres 




CHANDLER, 0. W. 
Rt. 1 



CHAPLIN, W. N. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
159 acres 




CHAPMAN, CHARLES 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
3 7!4 acres 




Nebo 
40 acres 



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CHENOWETO, ROBERT 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
180 acres 




CHANDLER, 0. W. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
460 acres 



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CHURCHILL, SELDON 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
248 acres 



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Rock Port 
737 acres 





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Rt. 1 . 



Chambersburg 
290 acres 



CLAW{, EAK. J. (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
10 acres 





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Griggsville 
128 acres 









CLAK(, FRANK J. 
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Griggsville 
220 acres 




CLARK, ARTHUR W. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
40 acres 



CLARK, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
139 acres 



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CURK, DR. G. R. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
320 acres 



CLAfK, WAYNE H. SR. 



Summer Hill 
100 acres 




aARK, GAINES W. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acres 




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aAUs, 

Rt. 2 


ALFRED 




5^&v" 



Pittsfield 
240 acres 




CLARK, GAINES W. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acres 




aAUS, MRS. FRANK & SON Pittsfield 

Rt. 1 250 acres 




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CLAM, NELSON 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
20 acres 



GLAUS,' FRANK (ESTATE) 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
310 acres 



97 





CLAUS, HAPOLD & LUELLA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
256 acres 



CLAUS, LINDLE 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
1 acre 





CLAUS, JOHN W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
184 acres 



CLEMMONS, D. L. 
Rt. 



Mil ton 
50 acres 




CLAUS, LESLIE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 




CLENDENNY. OTOO 
Rt. 2 



Calhoun 
240 acres 




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CLAUS, LESLIE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



CLONINGER, CLAIR 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acre? 



98 




CLONINGER, EARL 
Rt. 1 



Pear 
10 acre 




aX:HRANE, F. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





COBB, GEORGE & CHARLES 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



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COCHRANE, F. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 




COBB, GEORGE & CHARLIE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



COFFMAN, CLARENCE M. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
27 3 acres 





OOCA-COU CO. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
159 acres 



COFFWAN, aARENCE M. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 



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COFFWAN. aARENCE M. 
Rt. 1 




OOGDAL, C. C. 
Rt. 1 



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OOCBAL, WILLIAM 
Rt. 1 



OOLUro, JOHN 
Ft. 1 




Barry 
167 tcrat 



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Hull 
S3 acres 




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Hull 
165 acr«si 




Pittgfield 
80 scret 



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BUCKBW OOLLEd; 


Hull 
257 toraa 


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COLLINS 
Rt. 1 


ESTATE 


Nabo 
20 aoraa 




COLVIN, IVAN 



Pearl 
80 aerei 




CAMPBELL, W. RICHARD 
Rt. I 



Piltafi^l^ 
10 seres 



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OONKBICTT, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



CONHOY, DENNIS M. 
Rt. 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




OONKRICHT. J. B. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vil le 
60 acres 




OONBOY, EL1j\ 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





CONNERS, GEOBGE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



OONRDY, DR. G. E. 
Rt. 



Valley City 
437 acres 




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CONHOY. EBWIS 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
100 acres 



OOOK, ELOISE 
Rt. t 



Detroit 
8 acres 



101 








COOK, LEONARD 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
136 acres 



aX)LEY, CHARLES 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 








COOK, LEONARD 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

136 acres 



COOLEY, CHARLES A. 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
317 acres 




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'xi.M M. 




COOK, WINFRED B. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
6 acres 



OOOLEY, CHARLES F. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 





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COOLEY, CHARLES 
Rt. 2 



E?aylis 
160 acres 



COOLEY, CHARLES F. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 



102 



aX)LEY, MRS. ELU 
Rt. 2 




OXJLEY, FLOYD 
Rt. 2 






Baylis 

320 acres 



Ba y 1 i s 
12 acres 





COOPER, GENE 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
18 acres 








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COOLEY, 


MRS. 


IRENE 


Baylis 


OORREY, 


MRS. 


MOLL IE 


Baylis 


Rt. 2 






76 acres 


Rt. 2 






215 acres 



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COOLEY, MRS. IRENE 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
110 acres 




CORY, WALTER S. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
80 acres 



103 



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CDSGFOVE, PALL J. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



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OOUCH, KEMIT 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
187 acres 





COULTAS BROS. (Richard & Albert) Rock Port 
nt. 1 



500 acres 



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OOULTAS BROS. (Richard & Albert) Rock Port 
Rt. 1 500 acres 




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1 



COULTAS BRCS. (Richard & Albert) Rock Port 
Rt. 1 150 acres 




OOULTAS BROS. (Richard & Albert) Rock Port 
Rt. 1 500 acres 



COULTAS BROS. (Richard-Albert) Pleasant 

Rt. 2 520 acres, Hill 




COULTAS, MRS. VINA 
Rt. 1 



Lhambe rsbur g 
175 acres 



104 




CRUMP, D. P. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
120 acres 







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CROXVILLE, CLARENCE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
253 acres 




CBUTTENDEN, JOHN W. 
Bt. 1 



Barry 
170 acres 




CROXVILLE. RISSELL C. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
190 acres 





CUMMINGS, LEW 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
120 acres 



CRUMP, CHARLES 

Rt. '' 



Baylis 

1 "^n arrPK 








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CUMMINGS, LEW W. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
140 acres 



CRUMP, D. P. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
80 acres 



105 





CRAPTREE, ROY & EARL ENGERSAW Baylis 

Rt. 2 172 acres 



CRAWFORD. AMOS & EARL 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
180 acres 





CRATER, ED 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
9 7 acres 



CRAWFORD, JAMES W. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
240 acres 





CRATER, LOREN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
63 acres 



CRAWFORD, JIM 
Rt.l-General Trucking 



Chambersburg 
112 acres 




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CRATER, LOREN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
1 acre 



CRAWFORD, JIM 
Rt. 1 



Perry 
319 acres 



106 





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CBEAMER, H. F. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
320 acres 



GROSSMAN, EDWARD 
Rt. 



Nebo 
89>i acres 





CRESS. HAROLD D. 


Rock Port 


CROSSMAN, 


KYLE B. 


Nebo 


Rt. 1 


17 acres 


Rt. 2 




100 acres 





CRISS, ELMER 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
22 acres 



CROWDER, HAROLD D. 
Rt.-Star 



Pleasant Hill 





CRISS, ETHEL 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
160 acres 



CROWDER, HAROLD D. 
Rt.Star 



Pleasant Hill 
180 acres 



107 





CRAGWILES, T. 
Rt. 2 



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Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 




CRAGMILES, 


T. 


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Pleasant Hill 


OOULTAS, 


VINA 


Perry 


Rt. 2 






40 acres 


Rt. 2 




160 acres 







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OOULTER, MILDRED 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
86 acres 





CRAIG, VIRGIl L. 
Rt. 2 



CRAMER, ELMER & HARMCN 
Rt. 2 



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Pleasant Hill 
60 acres 




New Canton 
320 acres 



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OOX, ADA M. 
Rt. 1 



OOX, FRED 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 




Pittsfield 

105 acres 






CUMMINGS, LEW W. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
158 acres 



CUMVINGS, LEW W. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
393 acres 





CmiMINGS, LEW W. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
238 acres 



CUNNINGHAM, CLAUDE P. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
42!4 acres 





CLTHMINGS, 


LEW W. 


Chambersburg 


CURB1AN, 


EERLIN 


Griggsviile 


Rt. 1 , 




295 acres 


Rt. 1 




Tenant House 




CUMMINGS, LEW ». 
Rt. 1 




Chambersburg 
300 acres 




CURFMAN, BERLIN 
Rt. 1 



Gri ggsvil le 
415 ocres 



109 



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CURFMAN, ROBERT S. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
200 acres 




CLEFMAN, ROBERT S. 
Rt. 



Perry 
390 acres 





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OJRLESS, HARRY W. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
135 acres 



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CURRY, NELLIE B. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
8 7 acres 




CURL ESS, DAISY 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



CURnS, AW<OLD 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
120 acres 




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CURLESS, DON 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



110 




INDEPENDENCE 



CINCINNATI TOJPNSHIP 

Located adjacent to the Mississippi River, Cincinnati Township has a 
present population of 196. This township was formed out of the western portion 
of Pleasant Vale Township. There are no communities in the township and most 
of its residents trade at the nearby village of New Canton. In early days, the 
Sny Island Levee was built through what is now Cincinnati Township. 



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BUREAU Of RESEARCH AND PLAhtNINO 
DIVISION or HiOMMn 

XI*»Tt«><T or PUBLIC \l(0«RS 1 ■uiLomos 
U» DtWk«TV«NT or COMMCKCC 

euKtAu or ruBLic koaos 



ROLVCONIC PROJECTION 



4 MILES 



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112 




ELDARA CHRISTIAN OIUBCH & ®ADE SCHOOL 



Eldera 




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ELDABA METHODIST CHWCH (100 yri, old 6-54) El«.iir* 



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PlCnWteO BY THC 

BUREAU OF RESEARCH AND PLANKING 

DIVISION OF HICH\M^YS 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS & BUILDINGS 

m COO^RATION WITH THE 

U& DER^RTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 



SCALE 
1 2 



3 

31 



4 MILES 



1 



POLYCONIC PROJECTION 



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EL DARA 

In the center of Derry Township lies the village of El Dara. It has a popu- 
lation of 137 and serves as a trading center of the farming area around it. The 
village was founded in 1836 by Nathaniel Winters and at first was called Wash- 
ington. During the Mexican War, however, its name was changed to El Dara, after 
an attractive town in Mexico. This village is the only community in Derry Town- 
ship, which has a population of 539. Said to have been the first settler of the 
township was David W. Howard, who came in 1826. Not long afterwards, William 
and Joseph Hornback arrived and, later, took an active part in township affairs. 



115 




DANIAL, RAY 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vil le 
187 acres 



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DANIELS, HARPY C. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
220 acres 





DAIffl, HARVEY L. 
Rt. 2 



New Salem 
238 acres 



DARK, EUGENE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 





DAKIN, H. E. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
200 acres 



DAUGHMON, GUY 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
77 acres 







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DANIEL, DEEMY W. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
4 acres 



mVIS, CECIL 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
H acre 



116 





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DAVIS, CLAIDE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 

120 acres 




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DAVIS, ELMER 
Rt. 



Nebo 
8 acres 




DAVIS, C. A. 
Rt. 1 



DAVIS, C. H. 
Rt. 3 



Pearl 
23 acres 




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Pittsfield 
2D7)i acres 




DAVIS, DALEY 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 

RO arrfts 



DAVISON, GUY (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



DAVIS, J. R. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
35 acres 




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DAVIS, JOHN R. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
1 acre 



1 

Milam 



Pleasant Hill 
26 acres 



117 




FUNK. J. EVERETT 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
42 acres 




DAVIS, MYRON Nebo 

Rt. 2 15 acras 




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DAVIS, VIRGIL 
Rt. 2 




Barry 
134 acres 




DAY, HARVEY 



Baylis 




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DAVIS, S. F. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
8 acres 



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DEAN, C. A. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
40 acres 




DAVIS, V. M. (ESTATE) 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
25 acres 



DEAN, MARIE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

191 acres 



118 




DEAN, NOFIMAN 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
440 acres 




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DEAN, NORMAN G. 
Rt. 1 






New Salem 
440 acres 



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DEAN, WINNEFRED 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
320 acres 




DEAN, WINNEFRED 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 




DEAN, WINFRED R. 
Rt. 1 



DECKER, RLDOLPH 
Rt. 1 



DeHART, J. WALTER 
Rt. 2 



DeJAYNES, ARCHIE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
58 5 acres 




Hull 
160 acres 




Pittsfield 
l*iO acres 



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Pleasant Hill 
95 acres 



119 




DeJANES, BEN 
Rt. 1 



Gri ggsvil le 
30 acres 




DEEMER, CARL K. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
205 acres 




DENNIS, ELLA 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
240 acres 




DEEMER, ETHEL 
Rt. 1 




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DEXTER, THEO E. 
Rt. 1 



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Pleasant Hill 
46 acres 




DEEMER, ETHEL 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
100 acres 



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DEEDER. EDD 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
J acres 



DEEMER, W. L. 



Milton 
l!4 acres 



120 




DENISON, LEONARD 
Rt. 1 



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Pittsfield 
160 acres 




DICKIE, ED 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




DELL, ORIEN & LEWIS 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
164 acres 



DILLEY, DELLA 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
119 acres 



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DELL, ORIEN H. 
Rt. 1 



New Sa lem 
162 acres 




DILLON, J. E. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
143 acres 



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DENNISON, 


OTIS 


Pittsfield 


DILLON, 


J. 


E. 


Pearl 


Rt. 1 




85 acres 


Rt. 1 






247 acres 



121 




DILLON, J. E. 
Rt. 1 




Pearl 



DISMORE, TURNER 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 

80 acres 





DILLON, W. B. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
240 acres 



DISTLEHORST, BYRON 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
1 acre 







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DIMMIT, GORDON F. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



DISTLEHOBST, HARRY C. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
152 acres 





DINNING, CHAS. A. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
30 acres 



DIXON, ROSS 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



122 





DIXON, FOSS 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
159 acres 



DOLBOW, HERBERT G. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
115 acres 





DOANE, RAYMOND 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vil le 
!4 acre 



DOIL, EMIL 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
146 acres 




DOBER, JOSEPH L. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
300 acres 




DOIL, BOBERT 0. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
188 acres 







DOBY, DON 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
42 acres 




DOIL, BOBERT 0. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
40 acres 



123 




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DOLBEARE, CHARLES C. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 



DOLBEARE, GUY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
120 acres 







DOLBEARE, CHARLES C. 
Rt. 1 



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New Canton 
118 acres 




DOLBEARE, HARRY A. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 









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DOLBEARE, CLARENCE S. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
63J4 acres 




DOLBEARE, MRS. HOMER 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
40 acres 




DOLBEARE, DAVID 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vi He 
80 acres 



DOLBEARE, HOMER 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
120 acres 



124 




DOLBEARE, WILLIMI L. 
Rt. 1 



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New Canton 
44 acres 




DORAN, DEAN 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
2 acres 




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DOLBEARE, YOFK 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
15 acres 



DORAN, LOUISE E. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
74 acres 






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DONOHOE, P. H. 
Rt.l-J.O. Henry, Tenant 


Rock Port 
305 acres 




DOREN, (2UCE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




DOPEL, ARTHUR 
Rt. 1 



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Pi ttsfield 
70 acres 




DORSEY, CECIL T. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
98 acres 



125 






DORSEY, CLYDE 
Rt. 1 



New Sa lem 
9 acres 




DOYLE, ORVILLE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
98 acres 




DORSEY, LESLIE D. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
174 acres 



DOUGLAS, EMMA 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
85 acres 





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DORSEY, WM. 
Rt. 



Perr> 
82 acres 



DOYLE, LEO 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
80 acres 






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roYLE, ARTHUR G. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
66 acres 



DOYLE, RUSSEL 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
4 acres 



126 




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DOYLE, BOSS 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 arrpB 



DOYLE, VIRGIL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 




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DOUGLAS, THOMAS 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



DRAPER, ELMER 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
25 acres 




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DOYLE, VIRGIL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
550 acre^ 



DRAPER, SIDNEY L. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
40 acres 




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DOYLE, VIRGIL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 



DRAPER, SIDNEY L. 
Rt. 1 



. Nebo 
83 acres 



127 



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DRAPER, SIWJEY L. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
120 acres 




DUCEY, GEORGE V. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 




DUCEY. GEORGE V ^J,"^^"^'* 

Rt.2-heg. Hampshire Hogs 202 acres 




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DUDLEY, WM. 
Rt. 1 



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DUFF. JOHN 
Rt. 1 



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Pleasant Hill 
69 acres 




Pearl 
80 acres 




DUFF, VIRGIL A. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
120 acres 




DUCEY, MIKE J. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 





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DUFF, WARREN 
Rt. i 



Nebo 
120 acres 



128 




DUGAN, MERVIN 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
18 acres 



DUNHAM, DEAN W. 
Rt. 1 



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4 



New Salem 
178 acres 








DUGGINS, 
Rt. 2 


RUDOLPH 



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Pleasant Hill 
20 acres 




DUNHAM, DONALD 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
76 acres 




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DUNAVEN, NINA & MARIE 
Star Rt. 



Pleasant Hill 
238 acres 



DUNHAM & DUVHAM 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
160 acres 




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DUNHAM, BERT 
Rt. 1 



New Saiem 
150 acres 



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DUNHAM, GLEN 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
413 acres 



L29 




DUNHAM, GLEN 
Rt. 1 



New Sal en 
80 acres 



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DINHAM, J. M. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
160 acres 




DUNHAM, J. M. 
Rt. 



Griggsville 
4 acres 




DUNHAM, JOSEPH M. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
80 acres 




DUNHAM, PAUL 
Rt. 



DUNHAM, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



DUNHAM, RACHEL 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
150 acres 




New Salem 
40 acres 




New Sa ien 
200 acres 




DUNHAM, TRUMAN 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
53 acres 



130 



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DUNHAM, TRUMAN 
Rt. 1 






New Sal em 
320 acres 




DURALL, CARL Rock Port 

Rt. 1-Loc. Trucking & Fertilizers 2 acres 




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DUNHAM, VIRGIL E. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
253 acres 



DURBIN, ALffiRT 
Rt. 2 



GriggsviHe 
200 acres 





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DUNHAM, WILLIAM E. 
Rt. 2 



P leasant Hill 
10 7 acres 



DURR, CHARLES R. 
Rt. 1 



Milton 
101 acres 



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DUNKER, CHAS. JR. 
Rt. 1 




Hull 
80 acres 




DURR, GRACE 
Rt. 2 





DURR, ROBERT A. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 



DUSTIN, WILLIAM A. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 





DUSENBERY, FRED 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
124 acres 



DUSTIN, WILLIAM A. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
252 acres 





DUSTIN, CHAS S. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
380 acres 



DUSTIN, WILLIAM A. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
20 acres 






DUSTIN, CHARLES S. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 



DUSTON FEED MILL 



Pittsfield 



132 




DUTCHER, S. A. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
123 acres 




DYER. IRA J. 
Rt. 2 

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Pittsfield 
80 acres 




DYER, JACK 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
43 acres 



DYER, CARL 
Rt. 2 



INebo 
110 acres 





BLUE RIVER CEMETERY 



Detroi t 



DETROIT TOWN HALL 



Detroit 




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PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL 



Detroit 

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS & BUILDINGS 

IN COOPtRATlON wrTH THt 

US. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 



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DETROIT 

Detroit is the principal community of Detroit Township and has a population 
of 126. It was founded in 1837 by Peter H. Lucas, who named it after a post- 
office established here a few years earlier. Recorded as the first settler of 
Detroit Township is Lewis Allen, who arrived in 1823. He was a native of Warren 
County, Kentucky. 



135 




FLORENCE 

Another community in Detroit Township is Florence, with a population of 
107. It is situated on the Illinois River. Florence was laid out one year earlier 
than the village of Detroit and was at first intended as a shipping point for the 
inland county seat town of Pittsfield. Its founders were several Pittsfield busi- 
nessmen who had organized the Florence Company. 



136 




DETROIT METHODIST CHURCH 



Detroit 







METHODIST CHURCH 



Florence 



137 




METHODIST CHURCH 



Detroit 



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Rt. 1 




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EAGLE, THOMAS ELMER 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 




Pittsfield 
160 acres 




DETROIT GRADE SCHOOL 



Detroit 




EARLS, FOREST 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 



138 





EARNST, RUSSELL B. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
162 acres 



EAST, JOHN T. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
80 acres 





EASLEY, ARTHUR 0. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 



EDDY, MRS. N. L. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 





EASLEY, EMMETT 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
130 acres 



EDDY, MRS. N. L. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
360 acres 





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Rt. 1 



New Canton 


EDDINGFIELD, 


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Hull 


396 acres 


Rt. 1 




115 acres 



139 




EDDINGFIELD, LOREN L. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
300 acres 




EDMISTON, R. E. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
60 acres 



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EDMISTON, C. W. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
80 acres 



EDWARDS, CARL 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 





EDMISTCN, EENA L. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 



EDWARDS, EARNEST C. 
Star Rt. 



Pleasant Hill 
2 acres 






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Rt. 2 



Barry 
50 acres 



EDWARDS, EUGENE C. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
274 acres 



140 




EDWARDS, HARRY 
Rt.l-Gerald Dugan, Mgr. 



Chatnbersburg 
478 acres 



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PENSTONE, EDWARD G. 
Rt. 1 



Gri ggsville 




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ELLEDGE, BEN 
Rt. 1 



Griggsvil le 
255 acres 




ELLEDGE, aAYTON G. 



Bay lis 
143 acres 



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ELLEDGE, FLOYD T. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
99 acres 




EHLERT, 


BERNHART 


Pittsfield 


ELLEDGE, 


FLOYD T. 


Nebo 


Rt. 1 




162 acres 


Pt 2 




101 acres 




ELLEDGE, JAMES C. 



Baylis 
2 acres 



141 





ELLEDGES, MURRAY 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
260 acres 



ELLEDGE, T. R. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vil le 
157 acres 



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ELLEDGE, MURRAY, JR. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 




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ELLEDGE, T. R. 
Rt. 1 



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Griggsville 

206 acres 





ELLEDGE, MURRAY 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
153 acres 



ELLIS, ARTHUR 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





ELLEDGE, (BLAND F. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
212 acres 



ELLIS, ARTHUR C. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
360 acres 



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ELLIS, CARL E. 

Beg. Hereford Bulls 



Valley Ci ty 
245 acres 



ELLIS, ELMER C. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
159 acres 





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ELLIS, CHARLES T. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
203 acres 



ELLIS, HUGH A. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



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ELLIS, DEAN 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



ELLIS, LENA 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




ELLIS, ELMER C. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
1 acre 




ELLIS, MRS.R.M. & 
NELLIE HASKING 



Pittsfield 
Rt.l, 240 acres 



143 




EMERT, CLIFFORD 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
20 acres 



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EMRICK, LAPKIN W. 



Valley City 
46 acres 




ENGEUVlAiN, A. H. 
Rt. 2 



Liut^riANN, TOODROW 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
95 acres 




Baylis 
200 acres 



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Valley City 





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Valley City 
1 acre 



ENSOR, JUANITA 
Rt. 1 



S^fl^Mi 



EPLEY, CARL & HAROLD 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
120 acres 

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Hull 
3 acres 



144 




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ERKE, BERNARD C. 
Rt. 2 







barry 
160 acres 



ERVIN, IVA 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
120 acres 



ER<E, CLARENCE 
Rt. 1 



EH(E, FRED 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
130 acres 




Hull 
35 acres 




ERVIN, ROBERT H. 
Rt. 1 



ERVIN, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
% acre 




Barry 
220 acres 



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ER17, FLOBINE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
120 acres 




ERVIN, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
220 acres 



145 





ESTES, HERSCHEL 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
125 acres 



EVANS, CLAYTON 
Rt. i 



Pearl 
40 acres 





EVANS, CLAYTON W. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

317 acres 



EVANS, FLOYD 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





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EVANS, 'C. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 



EVANS, FLOYD 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




EVANS, CUYTON W. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

2Q7 acres 




EVANS, FLOYD 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

340 acres 



146 





EVEMEYER, BLSSELL 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
160 acres 



EWERS, RISSELL Pleasant Hill 

Rt. 1-Reg. Jersey Cattle 80 acres 




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EWERS, BURDETre 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



EWERS, FLOYD E. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 




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EWERS, ERNEST 
Rt. 1 



'•flSSS 



Pleasant Hill 
192 acres 




STARK EY SCHOOL 



New Salem 



147 



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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC VKORRS & BUILDINGS 

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BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 



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148 




TEMPEST 

Tempest is situated northeast of Fish Hook and has a population of 52. It, 
also, is served by the postoffice at Baylis. Both Tempest and Fish Hook are 
located near Siloam Springs State Park (in Adams and Brown counties), an out- 
standing natural pafk in west central Illinois. 



149 




UNITED BRETHERN CHURCH 



Fish Hook 




METHODIST CHURCH 



Valley City 



150 




METHODIST CHUBCH 



Fish Hook 




UNITED BRETHREiN CHIBCH & FISH HOOK GRADE SCHOOL 




MIDDLE FLINT SCHOOL 



Valley City 




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SOUTH FLINT SCHOOL-Dist. No. 10 Valley City 




OLD RESERVOIR 



Valley City 

151 




PnCMRED BY THE 

BUREAU OF RESEARCH AND PLANKING 

39" 40 DtVISION OF HIGM^M^YS 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS i BUILWNGS 

IN COOPERATION WITH THE 

US DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 



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152 




VALLEY CITY 

Located on the Illiaois River, Valley City is the only community in Flint 
Township. It has a population of 200. The village was founded in 1877 by Wal- 
lace Parker. Previous to this, the site was known as Phillips Ferry, a ferry 
service being operated here by Nimrod Phillips. A still earlier ferry boat service 
was conducted here by Garrett Van Deusen, second settler of Flint Township. 
The population of Flint Township today is 344. 



153 




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FAGIN, CARLTON 
Rt. 1 



Gri ggs vi lie 
85 acres 




FARLING, ABBIE 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
290 acres 





FAIN're, CHAS. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
241 acres 



FARRAND, LEU (MRS.) 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
147 acres 




FAN17, EVERETT 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
137 acres 




FARRAN, M. R. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
96 acres 




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JOE 


New Canton 


FAUSEK. 


A. 


J. 


(FARMS) 


Pleasant Hill 


Rt. 2 




60 acres 


Rt. 1 








Tenant House 



154 





FAUSEK, A. J. (FARMS) 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 



FEE, ZANE 
Rt. 1 



Be rry 
163 acres 





FAUSEK, A. J. (FARMS) 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 

8 50 acres 



FENNELL, BILL 
Rt. 1 



New Salen 
240 acres 




FAUSEK, E. W. 
Rt. 







PI 


easant Hill 
40 acres 





FENTON, REXPORD K. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




FEE, EDWIN F. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
2!4 acres 



FENTON, REXPOPD K. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 



155 








FERGUSON IMPLEMENT COMPANY Pitts fie Id 



FESLER, ANNA 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
1 70 acres 





FEROJSON, RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



Bock Port 
160 acres 



FESLER, HARRY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
260 acres 







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FERRY, ED. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
112 acre 



FESLER, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
188 acres 





FESLER, ANNA 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
40 acres 



FIELDS, FOREMAN 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
120 acres 



156 





HELDS, FOREMAN 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
43 acres 



FINSON, THEODORE H. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
99 acres 




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HELDS, I VIS 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
38 acres 




FINSON, THEODORE- H. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
126 acres 




FIELDER, ALFRED S. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
17 acres 



FISH, ANDRE J. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
80 acres 





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FINEGAN, RICHARD 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
220 acres 



FISH. CHARLES E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
70 acres 



157 





FISH, GBORGEDORA 
Rt. 1 



INew Salem 
285 acres 



FISHER, FREEMAN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
86 acres 





FISH, GEORGE & ORA 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
285 acres 



FISHER, GERALD 
Rt. 5 



Pearl 
360 acres 






FISH, ORVILLF W. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
162 acres 



FISHEP, aADYS 0. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
80 acres 




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FISHER, ALBIN G. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
110 acres 



FISHER, GLADYS 0. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
Vi acre 



158 





FISHER, JOHN 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
174 acres 



FITCH, HAROLD L. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
192 acres 





FISHER, LAIBA 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
80 acres 



FITCH, RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
320 acres 





FISHER, LAURA 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
40 acres 



FITCH, WALTER K. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
120 acres 





FISHER, m. 
Rt. 1 



Bee Creek 
2'/i acres 



FIT^PATRICK, L. C. 
Rt. 1 



Ba y 1 i s 
150 acres 



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FITZGERALD, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
106 acres 




FLICK, LAWRENCE 




Kinderhook 


Rt. 1 






107 acres 




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FLETCHER, HCMER E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
158 acres 



M. FLICK ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
265 acres 




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FLICK, LAWRENCE A. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
248'4 acres 







FLICX, LAYO L. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
240 acres 



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FLICK, ROSE roYANT 
Rt. 1 






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Hull 

130 acres 




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FLYNN, cms W. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
80 acres 



160 




FOGELSONG, HARRY E. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
1 acre 




FOILES, C. M. 



Pearl 
80 acres 




FX)RD. TRUMAN Barry 

Rt. 1-Pa tters m Dallas, Tenant 160 acres 




FORD. TBUMAN 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
84 acres 




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FOREMAN ESTATE (ALVIE) 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
140 acres 




FOREMAN, ALLISON 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

165 acres 



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FOREM^N, 


DAVID 


Pearl 


FOREMAN, 


CHESTER 


Pittsfield 


Rt. 2 




160 acres 


Rt. 1 




220 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



FOREMAN, KITTY H. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
348 acres 



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FOREMAN, CftVIS 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



FOREMAN, SARA 
Rt. 3 



f 1 ttsiieiu 
85 acres 





FORMAN, DAVID 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
90 acres 



FOREMAN, SARA D. 

Rt . 3-Foreman' s Orchard 



Pittsfield 
85 acres 





POPMAN, DAVID 
Rf 1 



Pearl 

120 acres 



FORGEY, H. R. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
164 acres 



162 




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FDRGY, HCMER E. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
115 acres 




FDRGY, IVAN 
Rt. 1 




FDRGY, IVAN R. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 


2 acres 


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Rock Port 


2 acres 




FDRD, TOUMAN 
Rt. 1 



PORSHEY, CHESTER DALE 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
205 acres 




Barry 
20 acres 




FORSHEY, DAVID 0. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
106 acres 




FORGY, 0. W. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
14S acres 




FORSTER, GEORGE W. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
80 acres 



163 





POSTER, ARTHUR 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 


FOSTER, 


KENNDA L. 


Rock Port 


160 acres 


Rt. 2 




2 acres 





FOSTER, CHARLES E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
154 acres 



FOSTER, WALTER E. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
108 acres 





FOSTER, DAN' M. 
Bt. 1 



Rarry 
80 acres 



FOSTER, *^!. B. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 





POSTER, GLENN F. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
130 acres 



POSTER, VI. G. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
12 ecres 



164 




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FOX. GEO. 
Rt. 2 



Bayl is 
320 acres 



FRANKLIN, EMILY. JULIA & ELLEN Nebo 
Rt. 2 292 acres 





FRAIZER. RAY 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
76 acres 



FRANKLIN, LYNN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
178 acres 








FRANKLIN, aAUDE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 



FRANKLIN, OWEN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 




FRANKLIN, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
160 acres 




FRANKLIN, RUTH 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



165 




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FM^fKLIN, W. C. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
195 acres 




FtlDGE, ETOEL 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
115 acres 





FRAZEB SAW MILL 



Pleasant Hill 



FULK, MADELINE Pittsfield 

Rt.l-Reg. Blank Angus Cattle 103 acres 



FRENCH, ELLA 
Rt. 1 




Pearl 
120 acres 




FULMER, GEO. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 




FUDGE, CHARLES E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




DAVIS, J. WESLEY 
Rt. 1 



Eiarry 
80 acres 



166 




FUNK, J. RALPH 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
122 acres 




FURNISS. LORAINE & BERTOA 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 




niSSELMAN, TROY C. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
130 acres 



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FWJK, VICTOR M. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
80 acres 




FtJNK, VICTCR M. 
Rt. 1 



na rry 
1S3 acres 




GRIGGSVILLE WATER WORKS 



Griggsville 




SEWAGE DISPOSAL 



Griggsville 



WESTERN ILLINOIS FAIR GROUNDS Griggsville 

167 



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DIVISION OF HIGM^M*YS 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS i BUILDINGS 

IN COOPERATION WITH THE 

US DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 



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GRIGGSVILLE 

Largest community of Griggsville Township is the incorporated town of 
Griggsville, with a population of 1,199- It is located on the Wabash Railroad and 
on State 107. The town is one of the oldest in Pike County, having been laid out 
in 1833. Its founders were Joshua Stanford, Nathan W. Jones and Richard Griggs. 
It was Jones who suggested that the town be named after Richard Griggs. One of 
the earliest settlers of Griggsville Township was Henry Bateman, who came in 
1825. The township today has a population of 1,661. 



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MAYSVILLE 

Another community in Griggsville Township is Maysville, with a population 
of 102. It is located on the Wabash Railroad and is served by the postoffice at 
Griggsville. One of the earliest churches of this region, the United Brethren 
Church, was organized at Maysville in 1842. 



170 




BAPTIST CHURCH 



Griggsville 




CHURCH OF CHRIST 



Griggsville 



171 



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METHODIST CHURCH 



Griggs ville 



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BETOEL METOODIST CHURCH 



Griggs vil le 



172 




ffiTHEL METHODIST CHURCH 



Griggsville 




CHURCH OF NAZARENE 



Griggsville 



173 




REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH (Founded 18 73) Griggsville 





HOPEWELL SCHOOL-Dist. 71 Griggsville 




WALNLT GROVE SCHOOL HOUSE Griggsyille 

174 




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BROWER SCHOOL-Dist. 68 



Griggsville 




MAPLE GBOVE SCHOOL 



Griggsville 





GREENFIELD SCHOOL 



Griggs ville 



GRIGGSVILLE OOMM.Dist.4 Griggsville 





SHELLEY SCHOOL 



Gri ggs ville 



BETHEL SCHOOL-Dist. 48 



Griggsville 





GRIGGSVILLE C0M\l.Dist.4 




TENNERIFFE SCHOOL-Dist. 56 Griggsville 



BRUSH COLLEGE SCHOOL-Dist 49 Griggsville 
Rt. 2 




NORTH FLINT SCHOOL 



Griggsville 

175 



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Griggsvil le 



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Griggsville 











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Maysville 



GAFPORD, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 






GAFFTVEY, W. C. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
32 acres 



GALLOWAY, MRS. C. E. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
91 acres 




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Q\LLOWAY, MRS. C. E. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 



GALLOWAY, C. E. (ESTATE) 
Rt.l-Mav Neese, Tenant 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 



176 




GALLOWAY, EDITH 
Rt. 1 



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Pleasant Hill 
240 acres 




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Rt. 1 



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Pleasant Hill 
210 acres 





GALLOWAY, H. D. 
Rt. 1 




GALLOWAY, HARRY N. 
Rt. 2 



Pi ttsfield 
252 acres 



Pleasant Hill 
100 acres 



GALLOWAY, LOYD E. 
Rt. 1 




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GALLOWAY, LOYD E. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
225'A acres 



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Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 




OU.L0WAY, LOU 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 




GALLOWAY, MAYO L. 



V'leasant Hill 
.37 3 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 


CARD, WILLIAM & aAIR 


Rarry 


306/4 acres 


Rt. 2 


150 acres 





GALLOWAY, V. J. 
Rt. 1 



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Pleasant Hill 
Vi acre 



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GARRISON, DAVE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 




GALLOWAY, V. J. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
380 acres 





GARRISON, R. W. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
40 acres 







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CARD, WILLIAM & (XAIR 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
224 acres 



GARRISON, WACE 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
20 acres 



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GARNER, BILL 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
212 acres 



GARNER, SUELA 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
229 acres 





GARNER, LESLIE 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
% acre 



GARNER, W. J. (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
240 acres 





GARDNER, RALPH 
Rt. 1 



Hull 

288 acres 



GARNER, W. J. (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
2A0 arrpR 




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GARNER, SUE ELLEW 
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Hock Port 

^1 7 nrres 



GATES, CHARLES R. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
80 acres 



179 




GAY, CHAS. W. 
Rt. 1 



GAY, CHAS. W. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 




Rock Port 
240 acres 




GAY, LAURENCE 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
480 acres 




GAY, LAURENCE 



Rock Port 




GAY, CHAS. W. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
400 acres 





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GAY, LAURANCE 0. 

Rt 1 




New Canton 
300 acres 




GAY, HENRY H. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 



GAY, LAWRENCE 
Rt. 22 



Rock Port 
289 acres 



180 





ffilSENDORFER, WILLIAM C. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



GEORGE, JOHN C. 
City Rt. 



Griggs ville 
10 acres 





GENTENAN, G. W. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
240 acres 



GERARD, HAROLD P. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
120 acres 





GEORGE, ELLEN 
None 



Griggsville 
7 acres 



GERARD, IRVIN 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





GEORGE, HARRY & DOROTHY 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
168 acres 



GERARD, KENNETH W. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
250 acres 



181 




GERARD, LYNDLE E. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
250 acres 




GIFFON, BROOKS E. 
Rt. 1 



Florence 
4 Lots 





CHRIST, 


ELMER V. 


Pittsfield 


GLECKLEH, 


HARRY & RAY 


Barry 


Rt. 2 




137 acres 


Rt. 2 




160 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
28 acres 



GLECKLER, HARRY & RAY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 





GIBBS, WILLIAM F. 
Rt. 2 



-"leasant Hill 
323 acres 



dECKLER, JESSE A. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
200 acres 



182 





aECKLER, JESSE A. New Salem 

Illini Polled Hereford Farms 130 acres 



GLECKLER, WILLIAM E. 
Rt. 1 



New Sales 
160 acres 








GLECKLER, JESSE A. New Salem 

Illini Polled Hereford Farms 200 acres 



GLENN, EDWARD 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
220 acres 





GLECKLER, JESSE A. & WINIFRED New Salem 
Illini Polled Hereford Farms 116 acres 



GLESSON, FRED 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
120 acres 





GLECKLER, MARY A. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
126 acres 



GODWIN, MRS. HOMER W. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
208 acres 



183 




GODWIN, LAWRENCE 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
146 acres 




GOLDSMITO, EDNA 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
156 acres 







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Rt. 1 



Baylis 
83 acres 




GOODIN, ESTEL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
238 acres 





GOEWEY, ALLEN 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
40 acres 



GOODIN, F. ESTILL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
182 acres 




GOEWEY, EARL 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
87 acres 




GOODIN, FlUNK 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
216 acres 



184 




GOODIN, FRA^a< 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




GOODIN, JOE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
74 acres 





GOODIN, HOMER 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
137 acres 



GOODIN, LAURA 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hi 11 
10 7 acres 




GOODIN, HOWARD 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
98 acres 




GOODMAN, HOMER 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





GOODIN, J. E. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
53 acres 



QOOUD, GE)ORGE A. Pittsfield 

Rt.2-Glenn McConnell, Tenant 80 acres 



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GOOUD, HARRY 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 



QOSNELL, CHARLES M. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
145 acres 





GCRTON, ANNA 
Rt. 1 



Kinderh ook 

305 acres 



QOSNELL, ROBERT 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
280 acres 





GORTON, W. E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 



GOURLEY, JESS 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
140 acres 





GORTON, WALTER L. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
37^ acres 



GOURLEY, MAUD 

Rt. 1-Harry Gourley, Tenant 



Pearl 



186 




GOURLEY, MAUD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
233 acres 




(3UHAM, REGINALD & 
LAYNE, KIMBER 



Pleasant Hill 
Rt.2, 160 acres 





GRADY, HENRY 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



GRAHAM. REGINALD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
200 acres 




GRAHAM, R. 0. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
180 acres 




GRANT, JESSIE S. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 




GRAHAM, REGINAL 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
340 acres 




GRAY, CLARENCE 
Rt. !i 



Baylis 

187 



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GRAY, CLARENCE 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
138 acres 




GRAY, D. B. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 

210 acres 







GRAY, CLARENCE 
Rt. 2 




GRAY, aARENCE 
Pt. 2 



GRAY, D. R. 
Rt. 1 



Haylis 
160 acres 



Baylis 
160 acres 




Kinderhook 
160 acres 



GRAY, DAVID 
Rt. 2 



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(3UY, DONALD 
Rt. 2 



GRAY ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
13^ acres 




Pittsfield 
4J4 acres 




New Salem 
104 acres 



188 








GSUY, JAMES F. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
60 acres 



(2UY, RICHARD L. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vil le 





GRAY, J4ARI0N 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
138 acres 



GRAY, RICHARD L. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 



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Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
320 acres 



GRAY, RICHARD L. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 




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GRAY, RALPH 
Rt. 1 



New Salen 
360 acres 



GRAY, RiaiARD L. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 

462 acres 



189 




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GRAY, WALTER N. 



Pleasant Hill 
.12 acres 




GREENSTREET, WILLIAM E. 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 








GREENFI ELDER, HENRY 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 



GREGORY, HENRY 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
T) acres 





GREENSTHEET, H. E. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



GREIWE, BEN 



Baylis 

18 4 acres 




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GREENSTREET, HARVEY E. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
326 acres 




GREIWE, CLARENCE 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
120 acres 



190 





GREIWE, DENNIS 
Rt 1 



Chambersburg 
113 acres 



GRESHAM. 0. E. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
240 acres 





GREIEW, 


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Chambersburg 


GRESHAM, 


VIRGIL 


New Canton 


Rt. 1 




130 acres 


Rt. 2 




90 acres 



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GRESHAM, HARRY L. 
Rt. 1 



Bay lis 
160 acres 



GREY, D. B. 



Hull 



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GRESHAM, 


JOHN 


Pittsfield 


GBIFFETH, 


JESSE L. 


Gri ggsvil le 


Rt. 3 




80 acres 


Rt. 1 




200 acres 



191 




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griffe™, ray 

Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



GRIFFETO, RAY, JR. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
208 acres 





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GRIFFETO, RAY 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



GRIGGS, MRS. GLENNA 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
240 acres 





GRIFFITH, RAY 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



GRIGGSVILLE ELEVATOR CO. 



Griggsville 





GRIFFETH, RAY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
320 acres 



GRIGS BY, MRS. ELMER 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
130 acres 



192 





GRIGSBY, 


HELEN 


Pittsfield 


GRIMES FARMS 


Pleasant Hill 


Rt. 2 




100 acres 


Rt. 1 


120 acres 





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GRIGSBY, HELEN Pittsfield 

Rt. 2-Jas. Robinson, Mgr. 160 acres 



GRIMES, DR. K. I. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
30 3 acres 





GRIGSBY, HELEN M. (Lewis) 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
242 acres 



GRIMES, LEO 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
120 acres 





GRIGSBY, S. K. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
320 acres 



(»IMES, LEO M. 

Rt. 2 



Nebo 
133 acres 



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(»IMES, PEARL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 



GRIMES. RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 



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GBIMES, PEARL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



GRIMES, R. WADE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

187 acres 





GRIMES, MISS PEARL 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
27 acres 



GRIMS. JOHN 
Rt. ? 



Baylis 

1 9n 9r-i-o« 





GRIMES, RUSSELL 
Rt. 



Pleasant Hill 
698 acres 



GRIMSLEY. BILL-R. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
54 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
166 acres 



GHOTE, MRS. A. G. 
Rt. 



Pittsfield 
180 acres 





GRIMSLEY, OWEN 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
% acre 



GROTE, PAUL F. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
161 acres 






GRISWOLD, EMERSON 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
^sn acres 



GROVER, ROY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 





GROGEAN, EARL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
440 acres 



GRIBB, BURGESS B. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



195 




GBUNDEN, ARTHUR W. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
4 acres 




GRUDEN, LEO 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
40 acres 




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GULF OIL COMPANY 



Pittsfield 




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GULLY, JOE R. 
Rt. 2 



Eiarry 
243 acres 




GUNLOCK. ED W. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
73 acres 




GUTHERIE, ELSA H. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 




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GULF-MOBILE-OHIO DEPOT 
196 



Pearl 



GUTHRIE, HJRDETTE C. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 





CUTHRIE, CECIL C. 
Rt. 



Pearl 
19 acres 



GUTHRIE, S. W. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
16J acres 






GUTHRIE, ERNEST 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
1 acre 



GUTHRIE, VANE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



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GUTHRIE, J. W. 
Rt. I 



Nebo 
240 acres 



GWARTNEY, ELSIE M. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
3 acres 





GUTHRIE, ORAL E. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
144 acres 



GWARTWEY, KENNETH & ED 
Rt. 1 



Baylis' 
218 acres 



197 



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PSEWBED BY THE 

IBUREAU OF RESEARCH AND. PLANNING 

DIVISION OF HIGHV««*yS 
DCPARTMENT OF PUBUC WORKS J. BUILDtNGS 

IN COOPERATION Wrm THE 

U& DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAW OF PUBUC ROADS 



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1 2 



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31 



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POLYCONIC PROJECTION 



198 



HADLEY 

Located on the Wabash Railroad, the village of Hadley has a population of 
42. It is served by the postoffice at nearby Barry (in Barry Township). The vil- 
lage is in Hadley Township, which has a population of 538. First white settler 
of the township was Joshua Woosley, who came in 1830. An earlier settler was 
"Free Frank" McWorter, a Negro who had purchased his freedom in the South. 
He arrived in Hadley Township with his wife and three children in 1829. 



ARDEN 

Another community in Hadley Township is Arden. It is located on the Wa- 
bash Railroad and is served by the postoffice at nearby Baylis (in New Salem 
Township). 



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BUREAU OF RESEARCH AND PLANKING 

DIVISION OF HIOIWt^YS 
OCPARTMENT OF POBUC WORKS & BUILDINGS 

IN COOPERATION WITH THE 

US. DERARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 







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1 2 



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POLYCONIC PROJECTION 



200 




TIME 

Only community in Hardin Township is the village of Time, with a popula- 
tion of 57. It is served by the postoffice at the nearby city of Pittsfield. A de- 
scription of Time, written more than seventy-five years ago, says this: "It is a 
small place, perhaps of 120 inhabitants, and contains four stores, two wagon and 
blacksmith shops and a flouring mill. It also is the residence of two physicians 
and one lawyer." The township in which the village is located, Hardin, has a 
population of 402. 



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HAG4, BERNAK) 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
160 acres 



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Kinderhook 
60 acres 



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HACK, A. D. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
73 acres 



HACK, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
90 acres 




HACK, A. G 
Rt. . 




HACK, A. G. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
80 acres 



HACK, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

2 75 acres 



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HACK, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
23 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Barry 




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HACK, L. R. 
Ft. 1 



Hull 
36 acres 



HADSELL, ELSIE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
60 acres 




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HACK, WILLIAM 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acres 



HAEGEN, J. WILBER & 
PETERS, STANLER 



New Canton 
Rt.2 - 340 





HACKS, HARVEY & SON 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
320 acres 



HA GEN, GARRETT 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
273 acres 



203 




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HAGEN, NORMAL L. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 




HAHN, HARMAN V. 
Rt. i 



Pittsfield 
18 5 acres 



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HAGER, JAKE 
Rt. 54 



Rock Port 
1 acre 




HALEAl'ER, CHARLES 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
370 acres 




HAGER, JAKE H. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
139 acres 



HALK, MRS. NILLE 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
80 acres 





HAGER, ROY S. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
210 acres 



HALL. EMMA 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
110 acres 



204 





HALL, FRANK A. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
100 acres 



HAMILTON, MABEL 
Pt. 1 



Hull 
140 acres 





HALL, WINFRED F. 
Rt. 



Pittsfield 
7 acres 



HAMILTON, MABEL 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
160 acres 





HALSEY, ANNA 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
55 acres 



HAMILTON, PHILIP 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
140 acres 





HAM, WADE 
Rt. 2 



Griggs»ille 
40 acres 



HAMILTON, PHILIP 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 



205 





HAMMETT, ROBERT L. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




tlANLIN, CLARENCE S. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
71 acres 



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Griggsvil le 
160 acres 



HANLIN, EARL W. 
Rt. 1 



Ba y 1 i s 
40 acres 



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HAMMOCK, ELZA 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
123 acres 



HANNANT, FLOYD 



Perry 
3/^ acres 





HAMMOCK, ELZA 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
123 acres 



HANNANT. RAY 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
440 acres 



206 





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HANNANT, RAY 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 



HANNEL, LEE 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
60 acres 





HANNANT, WM. A. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
113 acres 



HARFORD, ELMER 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 




HANNEL. JOHN H. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
1 acre 




HARLOW, LYNDLE 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
44 acres 




HANNEL, LEE 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
40 acres 




HARLOW, W. M. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
160 acres 



207 





HARNES, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Bay lis 
200 acres 



HARPER, HAMILTON D. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
320 acres 





HARMON, PHILLIP 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
480 acres 



HARPOLE ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
160 acres 






HARMON, VERNIE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 




HAW»OLE, ETTA M. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
120 acres 




HARP, JUNE 
Rt. 1 



Pitts field 

160 acres 



HARPOLE, IVY L. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
120 acres 



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HARPOLE, LEOTA 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 



SO. PIKE FX)X & COON HUNTERS CLUB Nebo 





HARPOLE, LEOTA 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
232 acres 



HARPOLE, RUSSELL L. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
27Ji acres 








HARPOLE, LEOTA 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
120 acres 



HARRIS, C. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
620 acres 





HARPOLE, LEOX«i 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 



HARRIS, MRS. GRACE 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
195 acres 



209 




HARMS, HENRY 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
76 acres 



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HARSHMAN, ARTHUR A. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
104 acres 





HARRIS, MRS. JOHN 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
87)^ acres 



HARSHMAN, C. L. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
309 acres 




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HARRISON IMPLEMENT COMPANY Pittsfield 



HARSHMAN, HERSCHEL V. 
Rt. 1 



Nev Salem 
200 acres 





HARSHMAN, ARTHUR A. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
310 acres 



HARSHMAN, LOREN K. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
152 acres 



210 




HARSHMAN, N. L. 
Rt. 1 



Bock Port 
71 acres 




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HART, MIKE J. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
8 acres 





IlARSmiAN, W. F. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
i30 acres 



HART, RAB10ND J. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 





HARSHMAN, WAYNE F. 
Star Rt. 



Griggsville 
2i8 acres 



HARTER, WILLIAM, JR. 




Summer Hill 
5 acres 




HARSHMAN, HOWARD 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
269 acres 



HARTER, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
125 acres 



211 





HARVEY ESTATE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
525 acres 



HARVEY, HERTOA 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
297 acres 




HARVEY ESTATE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
115 acres 




HARVEY, BERTHA 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
198 acres 





RASKINS, MORTON F. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 




HARVEY, BERTHA 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 



HASKINS, MORTON F. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



212 





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Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
83 acres 



HATCH. C. PAGE 
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Griggs vil le 
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Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 




HASKINS, W. 0. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
360 acres 



HATCHER, WAYNE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
46 acres 




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HASTING, WALTER 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
17 5 acres 



HATFIELD, GENE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
56 acres 



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HATFIELD, WILBUR W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
320 acres 



HAWKINS, G. A. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
80 acres 



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Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



HAYS, ffiSSIE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 





HATHAWAY, CLARA B. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
1 acres 



HAYS GATES FARM 
Rt. 2 



New Cant ai 
153 acres 





HATTON, F. W. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
320 acres 



HAYES, OTIS E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
120 acres 



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Rt. 



Milton 

50 acres 



HAZELRIGG, E. S. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
100 acres 






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Rt. 3 






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Rt. 2 



Pearl 
60 acres 




HAYDEN, LYNDLE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
255 acres 



HEAVNER, FORREST B. 
Rt. 2 , 



Pittsfield 
135 acres 





HAYDEN, W. E. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
165 acres 



HEAVNER, HOWARD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



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HEAVNER, HOWARD 
Rt. 



Pearl 
120 acres 








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Rt. 1-S.O. Johnson, Mgr. 



Griggsville 
87 acres 




HEAVNER, LEE 0. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 


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Rt.2-Reg. Hereford & Duroc's 38 acres 



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HEAVNER, raCMAS 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 



HECXMAN, MRS.- LOUISE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
202 acres 




HEIDBREDER, W. H. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
240 acres 



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HEIGHTMAN, E. J. 
Bt. 1 



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Griggsvi 1 le 
160 acres 





HELKEY, MRS. MAGGIE 
Rt. 



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Summer Hill 
7 acres 




HEIGH-raAN, ROBERT W. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs villa 
325 acres 



HELM, FRED 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
130 acres 








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Rt. 1 



Griggsvi He 
294 acres 



HELM, JOHN 
Bt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 





HEINEN, F. L. 
Bt. 2 



New Canton 
176 acres 



HELM, MAY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

187 acres 



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Rt. 3 



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Pittsfield 

50 acres 




HENRY, J. A. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
240 acres 




HEMPHILL, OWEN 
Rt. 2 



HEMPHILL, RALPH & UVA 
Rt.-Star 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 













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68 acres 





HKHGKT, KARL H. 
Rt. 1 




Baylis 
80 acres 




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HERMAN, HOWARD H. 
Rt. 



Pearl 
10 acres 




HENRY, HOWARD M. 
Rt. Star 



Pleasant Hill 

174 acres 



HERSHEIMER, MRS. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 



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HIERSHMER, MRS. LAMBERT 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
154 acres 



HILL, ELISABETH (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
135 acres 





HIGBEE, MAUDE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
202 acres 



HILL, FRANK A. 
Rt. 2 



Ekrry 
106 acres 






HIGBEE, MAUDE . Pittsfield 

Rt. 3 John J. Helm, Tenant 160 acres 



HILL, FRANK A. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
1 acre 




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Bt.^3-Roy Marlin Helm, Tenant 120 acres 



HILL. MRS. GEORGE S. 
Rt. 2 



Bayl is 
240 acres 



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HILL, JAMES S. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



HILL, WILLIAM A. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 




HILL, NAOMI E. 
Rt. 1 



Be rry 
% acres 





HILL, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 




HILLMAN, aARENCE H. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
40 acres 




HILL, WILLIAM A. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
74 acres 



HILLMAN, EDWARD 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 



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HILLMANN, GLEN 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
130 acres 




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Rt. 1 



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Barry 
40 acres 





HILLMAN, LYNDEL 
Rt. 2 



HILLMANS SUPER MARKET 



Pleasant Hill 
6 acres 




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HINCH, VIRGIL W. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
6 acres 




HINDS, ADA V. Pittsfield 

Rt.l-Purebred Shorthorns 153 acres 








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Rt. 1 



Pearl 
110 acres 



HIREWAN, HATTIE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
230 acres 



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HIRST, JCWN B. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
83 acres 



HOBBS, BESSIE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

40 acres 



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Rt. 2 



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240 acres 



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Rt. 2 




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Pleasant Hill 
200 acres 




HOAGLIN, CLARENCE 0. 
Rt. 2 



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Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




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Nebo 
3 5 acres 



HOBBS, KENNETH G. 
Rt.2-Shorthorn Cattle 



Pleasant Hill 
116 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



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HOBBS, RALPH L. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
78 acres 




HOBSON, ORVILLE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
301 acres 




HOBSON. ELMER 



Griggsville 
256 acres 




HOBSON, ORVILLE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 



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HOBSON, HARVEY L. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsvi 1 le 
10 acres 




HOBSON, ORVILLE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
246 acres 




HOBSON, ORVILLE 
Rt. ^ 



Griggsville 







HOBSON, ORVILLE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
80 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
80 acres 



HOFMANN, LETA & HELEN 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 





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HOERLEIN. JOSEPH L. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



HOFMAN, LETA & HELEN 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
60 acres 





HOERLEIN, JOSEPH L. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 



HOFMANN, LETA & HELEN 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
280 acres 





HOERLEIN, OTTO A. 
Rt. 



Griggsville 
12 acres 



HOFTMAN, LETA & HELEN 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 



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HORIANN, LETA & HELLN 
Bt. 1 



New Canton 
210 acres 



HOLMES, BERT 
Rt. 3 



Griggs vi 1 le 
132 acres 




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HOLOOMB. LENAH< 
Bt. 1 



Rock Port 
2 acres 



HOLMES, BERTHA 
Rt. 



Griggsville 
120 acres 





HELLENBEAK, BERTOA H. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
220 acres 



MOLMES, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
200 acres 





HOLLOWAY, CLTOE 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
80 acres 



HOLMES, R. L. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
160 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



H30S, aARENCE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

93 acres 





HOOKS, PHYLLIS 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
104 acres 



HOOS, CLARENd 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





HOOPER, FLOYD 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
90 acres 



HOOS, FRED 
Rt. 3 



Piftsfield 

65 acres 





HOOS, ALBERT 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
51 acres 



HOOS, JOHN W. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



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Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



HOOS, LEWIS 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
55 acres 








HOOS, LtWib 
Rt. 1 



11 ew da lent 
160 acres 



HOOVER, ALLIE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




HOOS, LEWIS 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
60 acres 




HOOVER, DANIEL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 





HOOS, LEWIS 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



HOOVER, ED M. 
Rt. 2 



iNebo 
60 acres 



227 




HOOVER, JAMES 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




HOOVER, LESLIE H. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

309 acres 








HOOVER, JOHN B. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
11 2i acres 



HOOVER, LEO 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
160 acres 





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Rt 1 



Pearl 

160 acres 



HOOVER, MANLEY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
240 acres 





HOOVER, LESLIE 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
240 acres 



HOOVER, MANLEY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



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HOOVER, ROSS 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
88 acres 



HORTOV, DEL BERT 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
60 acres 





HOOV'ER BROS IMPLEMENTS 



Mi 1 ton 



HORTON, OTIS 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 





HOPKINS, B. A. 
Rt.3 



Pittsfield 



HORTON, OTIS 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 





HOPKINS, R. A. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
320 acres 



HOSKIN, CLARENCE & SON 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 



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HOSKIN, aARENCE & SON 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 



HOSKIN, Hlffl 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 





HOSKINS, FANNIE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



HOSKINS, HUOT 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
132 acres 




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HOSKINS, GEORGE L. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
27 acres 




HOaCIN, I. A. 
Ft. 1 




New Canton 
160 acres 



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HOSKINS, HARRY L. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
280 acres 



HOSKIN, LORAINE & KATORYN 
Rt. I 



New Canton 
80 acres 



230 





HOSKIN, LORAINE & KATHRYN 
P 1 



New Canton 
164 acres 



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HOSKINS, ROBERT J. 
Rt. 1 



barry 
1 70 acres 




HOSKINS, ROSS 0. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 




HOSKINS, BOSS,0. 
Rt. 3 




HOSKIN, WILLIAM 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 




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HOUCHINS, EARNEST M. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
60 acres 




HOUSE, EMILE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
130 acres 




Darry 
100 acres 



HOUSE, E. A. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
6 7D acres 



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HOUSE, . H. EDW. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
7 acres 



HOUSE, L. B. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
21 5 acres 





HOUSE, LOWELL B. 
Rt. 1 




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Hull 
400 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Hull 
210 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Hull 
240 acres 



HOUSE, MARY 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
270 acres 




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HOLSE, LOWELL B. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
2 25 acres 



HOUSEWEART, CHARLES 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 



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HOUSEWEART, HOWARD 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 



HOWARD & aARK 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 





HOVER BROS. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
116 acres 




HOWARTH, OSCAR L. 
Rt. 1 






Hull 
195 acres 



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HOWARD, ELMER I, 
Box 163 



New Canton 
90 acres 



HOYT, HENRY L. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 





HOWARD, EVERETT E. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
150 acres 



HOYT, IVA M. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
280 acres 



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HOYT, MYRON 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
133 acres 



HUBBARD, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
320 acres 



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HOYT, .\rYBON 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
150 acres 



HIBBARD, JOHN E. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
8 acres 





HUBBARD, CHARLES W. JR. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



HUBBARD, J. H. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 





CHARLES W. HIBBARD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 



HUBBARD, J. H. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
300 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
160 acres 



HUFNAGEL, FRED J. 
Rt. 1 



Berry 
100 acres 






HUDELSON, GEO. B. 



Perry 
101 acres 



HULL, BERTOA V. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
40 acres 





HUETT, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
10 acres 



HULL ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
440 acres 





HUFF, LENA E. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 



HULL, EVERETT 
Pt. 1 



Hull 
2 70 acrps 



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HULL, FOREST E. 
Rt. 1 



tSarry 
1 acre 



HUNTER, ALEX 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

76 acres 





HULL, PEARL 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
25 acres 



HUNTER, ALEX 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

83 acres 





HULL, RUSSELL A. 



Hull 
17 acres 



HUNTER, ALEX 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 





HUNT, JAKE 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
40 acres 



HUNTER, ANNA 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
180 acres 



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HL'RT, LEON J. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
80 acres 



HYDE, HARRIET B. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
53 acres 





HYDE, MRS. GEORGE S. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
4 7 acres 



AKERS CHAPEL CE.METERY 



Hull 





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Hull 



KUM-OVER BEACH 



Hull 




HINCH, VIRGIL W. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
6 acres 



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DIVISION OF HIOIW^VS 
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IN COOPERATION WrTH THE 

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HULL 

Situated in the center of Kinderhook Township, and not far from the Missis- 
sippi River, is the town of Hull, with a population of 489- It is on the Wabash 
and the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroads. It is also on US 36. Hull was 
platted in 1871 by David Hull, Rensellaer Sweet and William Bridge. The town- 
ship in which Hull is located has a population of 1,217. 



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KINDERHOOK 

Kinderhook is among the oldest communities of Pike County, having been 
established in 1836. Its founders were Chester Churchill and Bridge Whitten. 
First settler in the town was Peter Harper. The first store was conducted by 
Chester Churchill. Today, Kinderhook has a population of 299. 



SHINN 

Another community in Kinderhook Township is the village of Shinn, with a 
population of 34. It is served by the postoffice at nearby Kinderhook. The village 
was named after Daniel Shinn, second settler of Pike County, who arrived in 1820. 



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Kinderhook 




OLD KINDERHOOK SCHOOL 



Kinderhook 




GRUBB HOLLOW SCHOOL 



Kinderhook 




PRAIRIE SCHOOL 



Kinderhook 




SHINN SCHOOL 



Kinderhook 




ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-*. Pike 2 Hull 




ELEMENTARY SCKOOL-West Pike Lni t 2 Hull 




SMITH SCHOOL 



Hull 
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Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
6 acres 



I FINER, ROY 
Rt. 



Milton 
6 acres 





IFTVER, ANDREW 
Rt. 4 



Pittsfield 
104 acres 



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EJarry 
160 acres 



INGRAM, MRS. CARRIE 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
61 acrcj 




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Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



INSKIP, BASIL 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
160 acres 



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INSKIP, RAY 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
80 acres 



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Pittsfield 
210 acres 




IRVING, DON 
Rt. 1 



IRVING, DON 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
70 acres 




Chambers burg 
200 acres 





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IRICK, EVERETT 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 




IRVING, EDWARD 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
144 acres 




IRIOC, EVERETT 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
120 acres 



IRVING, H. V. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 

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IRVING, H. V. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
208 acres 



JACKSON, EDNA 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 




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IRVING, H. V. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
196 acres 



JACKSON, JOHN CLYDE 
Rt. i 



Pitts field 
167 acres 




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IRWIN, A. V. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 



JACKSON, SIDNEY V. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
145 acres 




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Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
640 acres 



JACOBS, CECIL 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
15 acres 



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JAMES, GEORGE 
Rt. 2 



Pi ttsfield 
80 acres 



JEAN & RUTH R\RM 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
280 acres 





JAMES, GEORGE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



JEFFERS, LETIE 
Rt. 2 



New Salem 
10 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 





JENNINGS, JACK 
Rt. 1 



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Elarry 
12 acres 






JAYNES, KLNNITII 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
2 acres 



JESTER, RUSSELL H. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsvi He 
200 acres 



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JETHON, MRS. JOHN 
Rt. 1 




Hull 
160 acres 



JOHNSON, C. A. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
22 'W acres 





JOHNSON, FRED 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
81^ acres 



JOHNSON, CHARLES 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
120 acres 




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Rt. 



Perry 
2% acres 



JOHNSON, CHARLES A. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
227^ acres 





JOHNSON, MRS. ELANCHE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
200 acres 



JOHNSON, DICK 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Hull 
2 acres 




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120 acres 



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JOHNSON, EDGAR R. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
80 acres 



JOHNSON, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
79 acres 




JOHNSON, EDGAR R. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
120 acres 




JOHNSON, ETiWARD U. 
Rt. 2 



Bay li s 
70 acres 




JOHNSON, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



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Rt. 2 



barry 
37 acres 




Barry 
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RtT City 



Barry 
127 acres 



JOHNSON, JOHN 
Rt. 2 



Ba yl i s 
70 acres 





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Rt. 1 




Pearl 
40 acres 


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33 acres 


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Nebo 
81K acres 




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Pittsfield 
90 acres 



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JOHNSON, HAYWAPD 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



JOHNSON, MERLE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



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JOHNSON, 0R\ 
Rt. 2 



Pi ttsfield 
60 acres 



JOHNSON, RAY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 



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JOHNSON, 0R\ A. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



JCMNSON, RUSSELL G. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




JOHNSON, PINE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
40 acres 




JOHNSON, SYLVAN 0. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
160 acres 





JCHNSON, PINE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
fiO acres 



JOHNSWl'S TCXACO STATION 



Mil ton 
249 





JOHNSON VERNON Rock Port 

Rt. 2-Weil Drilling, Repairs, etc. 80 acres 



JONES, ELMO E. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
117 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 



JONES, ELMO 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
213 acres 




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JONES, CECIL 
Rt. 



Pearl 
3 acres 



JONES, ELSIE M. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
280 acres 





JONES, EDITO 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
320 acres 



JONES, FRED 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
60 acres 



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JONES, J. H. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
160 acres 



JONES, TILOA L. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 





JONES, MINNIE 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
8!4 acres 



JORDAN, CAIHERINE T. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
132 acres 





JONES, STAN 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
52 acres 




JORDON, ARTHUR 
Rt. 2 



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Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 




JONES, STANLEY 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
90 acres 



JORnON BROTHERS 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 



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JORDON BROTOERS 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 

560 acres 



KALLENBACH, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
340 acres 





JORDCN BROS. (Arthur & Kenneth) Pleasant 
H.McKinncn, Tenant 23 yrs. 520 acres Hill 



KALLENBACH, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
340 acres 





KAESER, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Pi ttsfield 
145 acres 



KALLENBACH, HARVEY D. 
Rt. 1 



Cha m be rs bu r g 
240 acres 





KAESER, MRS. ED 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
115 acres 



KALLENBACH, WES 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
100 acres 



252 





KALTSCKNEE, ED 
Rt. 2 



Griggsvil le 
140 acres 



KAPPAL, ADRIAN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

40 acres 










KAMALLAKAN. M. W. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
180 acres 



KARSTEN, FRED 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
220 acres 





KAMAR FARM 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 

130 acres 



KAYLOR, C. W. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
30 acres 




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KANDELL, EVA 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
120 acres 



KEITH, ELLIS 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
35 acres 



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KEITHLY, AUSTIN 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
340 acres 



KELLY, CHARLOTTE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
180 acres 





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KELLER, WALTER & JESSIE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
24 acres 



KELLY, COL. LESTER 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
80 acres 





KELLY, B. N. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
82 acres 



KELLY, RAY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
315 acres 





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KELLY, BILL 
Rt. 9 



Nebo 



KELLY, ROSWELL 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 



254 





KELLY, BOSWELL 
Rt 1 



Pittsfield 

47 acres 




KELLUM, FLOVD 
Rt. 1 




Hull 
1 acre 



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KELLY, NATHAN (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



KENADY, HOWARD S. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
80 acres 




KELLY ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
156 acres 




KENDALL, A.T. & DORA 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
S5 acres 




KELSEY. WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




KENDALL, dEN 



New Salem 
146 acres 



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Rt. 2 




Barry 
160 acres. 




KENDRICK, JENNIE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
180 acres 





KENTOICK, EARL M. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
140 acres 



KENDRICK, JENNIE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
78 acres 






KENDRICK, J. T. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
171 acrea_ 



KENDRICK, LOGAN 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
120 acres 





KENDRICK, JAMES P. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
20 acres 



KENDRICKS, LOTTIE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
148 acres 



256 





KENDRICK, LOTTIE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
2 acres 



KENNEDY, C. W. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 





KENDRICK, SAM G. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
50 acres 



KEOTTERS, JOHN W. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 






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KENDRICK, SAM G. 
Rt. 2 



liirry 
269 acres 



KEOTTERS, JOHN W. 
Rt. 



Rock Port 
640 acres 





KENNEDY, EARL D. 
Rt. 2 



Gri ggs ville 
13Ji acres 



KERN, K. S. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
12 7 acres 



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KERR, HUGH B. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
240 acres 





KIBIT. ED 
Rt. 1 



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Rock Port 
320 acres 




KESSI.NGER, ALFRED 
Rt. 1 




Pearl 
22 acres 



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KESSINGER, CHESTER P. Pearl 

Rt. 1 52 acres 




KESTERSON, ETOEL 



Valley City 
3 acres 



KIBIT, ED. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 




KiaER, JOE B. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
10 3 acres 




KIH.ER, WESS £. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
I3K acres 



258 





KIEFER, GEO. 
Rt. 1 



KIEFER, GEORGE 
Rt. 2 



Chambersbnrg 
440 acres 




Pleasant Hill 
236 acres 



KILLEBREW, CHARLES E. 
Rt.i-34 yrs. on place 



KIMLER, GERTRUDE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 




Rock Port 
160 acres 








KIEM, EDI TO 
Rt. 1 


Kinderhook 


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KIEST, HELEN 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 



KINDERHOOK CEMETERY 
Rt. 1 



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Rt. 1 



New Canton 
60 acres 



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Rt. 1 



New Canton 
2 acres 



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Rt. 1 



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New Canton 
510 acres 




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KING. JANE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
38 acres 




KING, LESTER 
Rt. 



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Cabins 




KING, LESTER 



Valley City 
311 acres 




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KING MILLING COMPANY 



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Pitts field 




KINGERY, WAYNE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
122i< acres 




KINSCHERFFS, PAUL B. 
Sta r Rou te 



Pleasant Hill 
643 acres 



260 





KIRK, GOLDIE 
Rt. 2 



Gri ggsvi lie 
71 acres 



KISER, DAN K. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
106 acres 





KIRTPIGHT, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
86 acres 



KISER, DAVID S. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
1 acre 




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KISER, D. K. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 



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KISER, FRED W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 




KISER, DAN K. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
10 acres 



KISER, FRED W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



261 





RISER, KENNETH 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



KLINEFELTER, GENEVA 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
120 acres 




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RISER, PAUL W. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
128 acres 



KLINEFELTER ESTATE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
13 7 acres 





RISSELB\CH, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



RLITZ, PAIL A. 

Rt. 1 



New Canton 
191 acres 




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KISSELB\CK, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
115 acres 



RLITZ. PAUL A. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
160 acres 



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New Canton 
60 acres 




KNOX, INA 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
122 acres 





KNIPMEYER, MR . &MRS . WARNER H. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



KNOX, ROSS 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
28 acres 




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KNIPMEYER. MR. & MRS. WARNER H. Pittsfield 
Rt. 1 105 acres 




KOETTERS, JOHN W. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 





KNODEL, HAROLD 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 

90 acres 



KOELLER, EDNA 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
143 acres 



263 





KOCH, CLYDE A. 
Rt. 2 



Chambersburg 
42 acres 



KROENCKE, LARENCE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
8 7 acres 





KOELLER, MARION A. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
135 acres 



KROENCKE, RAYMOND H. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
140 acres 





KOTPS, HARRY A. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
Tenant House 



KROENCKE, RAYMOND H. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
140 acres 





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KOPPS, HARRY A. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
255 acres 



KROENCKE, RAYMOND 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
230 acres 



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KRULL, FRANCIS 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
210 acres 



KUHLMAN, SYLVIAN B. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
14^ acres 




KUHLMAN, FRANK G. 
Rt. 1 



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Barry 
126 acres 








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KL'RFMAN, E. D. 
Rt. 2 




Bay lis 
56 acres 



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KUHLMAN, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Ba rry 
80 acres 



KURFTViAN, E. D. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
320 acres 





KURFMAN'S GEN. MDSE. STORE 



Fish Hook 



KURFMAN, E. D. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
80 acres 



265 




KURFMAN, E. D. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 




KURFMAN, E. D. 
Rt. 2 



Bayl is 
293 acres 




KURTZ, FRANCIS S. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
120 acres 





KURFMAN, NEAL 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
208 acres 




KURFWAN, W. G. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
197 acres 







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ILLINOIS RIVER BRIDGE 

266 



Meredosia 



SEEHORN 

In the northwest corner of Pike County, near the Mississippi River, is lo- 
cated the village of Seehorn, with a population of 95. It is the principal community 
of Levee Township, which lies across the Mississippi from the leading Missouri 
city of Hannibal. The population of the township is 218. 



SHEPHERD 

Another community in Levee Township is Shepherd, with a population of 80. 
It is served by the postoffice at nearby Hull (in Kinderhook Township). Shepherd 
is located adjacent to the Mississippi River and from it may be observed the city 
of Hannibal, in Missouri. 



ALADIN 

Still another community in Levee Township is Aladin. It, also, is adjacent 
to the Mississippi River. Through it runs the Wabash Railroad. Aladin is served 
by the postoffice at nearby Hull. 



EAST HANNIBAL 

One of the earliest settlements established after Levee Township was 
East Hannibal. It lies practically opposite the Missouri city of Hannibal. An 
early settler of East Hannibal was Marcus Hardy, who served for some years as 
supervisor of Levee Township. 



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LABBY, ALLEN S. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
69S4 acres 




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LA BEY, LLOYD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

40 acres 




LABBY, WALTER & UURA 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




LACEY & BAWER - Rock Quarry 
Rt. 2 



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LACEY, ELMER 
Rt. 1 



UCEY, HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
15 acres 




Pearl 
65 acres 




LACKSCHEIDE, HENRY (ESTATE) GriggsviUe 




UCROSSE LLMBER CDMPANY 



Pearl 

269 




LACY, PAPK 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
14 7 acres 




LAIN, VIRGIL 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 





LAHL, OWEN 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
72 acres 



LAIRD, GRACE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
80 acres 








LAHMAN, WILBER 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
80 acres 




LAIRD, GRACE 
Rt. 2 



Gri ggsville 
204 acres 




LAHR, FRED 
Rt. 1 



Charabersburg 
320 acres 



LAIRD, M. W. & SISTERS 
Rt. 1 



Griggsvil le 
80 acres 



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LAIRD, M. W. & SISTERS 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
80 acres 



UNDESS, ALLIE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

324 acres 





LAKE ESTATE 
Rt. 2 



Bavlis 
408 acres 



LANDESS, JESSE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
160 acres 









LAMP, ADELLE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
390 acres 



LANE, HARRY E. 
Rt. 2 



Pitts field 
80 acres 





LANDESS, ALLIE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
200 acres 



LANE, HARRY E. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



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LANE, HOWARD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
36 acres 



LANE, LAWRENCE R. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
150 acres 





LANE, JOHN W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



LANE, LOYD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 




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LANE, JOHN 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
1 30 acres 



LANE, MALOE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
175 acres 



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LANE, KEYS 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

6 5a cres 



LANGE, FLORENCE & MILDRED 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
550 acres 



272 





LANIER, MELVIN & VERLIN 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
72 acres 



LAUGHLIN, CLAIDE 
Rt. 1 



Ba rry 
5 acres 





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LAUER, HEFMAN 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
310 acres 



LAUX, HIBERT 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
80 acres 





LAUER, JACOB 
Rt. 1 



Kinderh ook 
270 acres 



LAWBER, GUY R. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
160 acres 





LAUGHARN, LAWRENCE E. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
160 acres 



UW, C. L. & SON 
Rt. 1 



Hock Port 
160 acres 



273 





LAW, C. L. & SON 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 




LAWSON, ORVILLE S. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
74 acres 



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LAWSON, A. B. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
2 acres 



LAWSON, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
204 acres 







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LAWSCM, DALE 
Rt. 1 




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Hull 
242 acres 




LAYNE, K. 
Rt, 1 



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UWSON, FLOYD 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
1 m acres 



LAYNE, K. 



Baylis 
160 acres 



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LAYNE. K. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
701 acres 



LEAHR, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
80 acres 



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LAYNE, K. & R.O. GRIMES 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
312 acres 



LEAHR, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
180 acres 





LEAHR, EDNA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
121 acres 



LEAHR, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
150 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
100 acres 



LEAHR, WILLIAM F. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
52 acres 



275 




LEASE BROS. ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
108 acres 




LEIB, DELLA 
Rt. 1 



Pitts field 
381 acres 



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LEE, FLOTO 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
17 acres 



LEINWEBEB, MELVIN J. 
Rt. 1 



Rock P art 
120 acres 





LEEDS, ALICE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
90 acres 



LEINW'EffiR, MELVIN J. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
320 acres 





LEEDS, EMMITT 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
56 acres 



LEIWER, ARTOUR 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
20 acres 



276 




LEITNER, ARTHUR 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
20 acres 




LEMONS, HAZEL 
Rt. 



Mil ton 
J4 acre 




LEMMON ELEVATOR (Ross & Son) Pleasa nt Hill 




LEMMOS, ROSS B. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
35 acres 




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LERCH. FRn7 
Rt. 1 



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LERCH, W. E. 
Rt. 1 



LESSOURD, OLLIE 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
94 acres 




Chambersburg 
1 7 acres 




Hull 
136 acres 




LEWIS, ARTHUR 

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New Canton 
80 acres 



277 




LEWIS, F. M. 
Rt. 4 



Pittsfield 

120 acres 




LEWIS, MELVIN C. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 







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LEWIS, FLOYD H. 
Rt. 2 



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Barry 
80 acres 







LEWIS, WILLIAM C. 
Rt. 3 






Pittsfield 
108 acres 




LEWIS. IRVING J. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 




LEWIS, MAT. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

40 acres 



LEUTON, FRANK 
Rt. 1 




LEWTON, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
60 acres 




Barry 
acres 



278 





LEWTON, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
80 acres 



LIEHR BROS. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
239 acres 





LIDGARD, RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
10 5 acres 



LIEHB, CARL 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
100 acres 





LIDIGARD, WILLIAM K. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
80 acres 



LIEHR, EDWARD 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
97 acres 












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Chambersb urg 



LIEHR, EMMETT & CARRIE 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
98 acres 



279 





LIEHR, GILBERT 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
40 acres 




LIGHTLE, ARTHUR J. 
Rt. 1 



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Griggsville 
210 acres 




LIEHR, 


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Rt. 1 




240 acres 


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63 acres 





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Rt. 2 



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80 acres 




LIGHTLE, J. A. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsvi lie 
240 acres 



LIGHTLE, H. G. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
154 acres 



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LI CHILE, H. G. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsf ield 
160 acres 




LIGHTLE, H. G. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
165 acres 








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Rt. 2 



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LIGHTLE, HAYS D. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 




LIGHTLE, HAYS D. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
120 acres 








LIGHTLE, WILLIAM Griggsville 

Rt. 2-Richard Hageman, Mgr . 156 acres 




LIGHTLE, HAROLD 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
210 acres 



LIGGETTE & LAIRMORE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
240 acres 



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LIKES, EVERETT 
Ft. 1 



Chambers burg 
73 acres 



LIKES, ROY T. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 





LIKES, R. 0. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
40 acres 



LINDSAY, ARTHUR J. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
2 57 acres 





LIKES, ROY 



Hull 
125 acres 



LIPCAMON, ALBERT 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
80 acres 





LIKES, BOY 
Rt. 1 



Kinderh cok 
570 acres 



LIPPCAMAN, A. B. 

Rt. 2 



Chambersburg 
120 acres 



282 





LIPCAMAN, A. L. 

Rt. 1 



Chanbersbnrg 
60 acres 



LIPPINOOTT. GEORGE R. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
116 acres 




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LIPCAMAN, ELDA 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
211 acres 



LIPPINOOTT, LYNDLE E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
154 acres 










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Rt. 2 



Baylis 

160 acres 



LIPPLNCOTT, MARY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
52 acres 





LIPPINOOTT, 


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Pittsfield 


LIPPINCOTT, 


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Pittsfield 


Rt. 2 




!i acre 


Rt. z 




160 acres 



283 




LITHE, FILBERT & MRS. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 



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LITTLE, FILBERT & MRS. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
166 acres 



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UTILE, J. A. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
98 acres 




LOCHEMEYER, WILLIAM F. 
284 



Hull 
125 acres 




LOER, NELLIE 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
53 acres 




LOGAN, JAMES & BETTY 
Rt.2 -Old Homestead 



Griggsville 




LOGAN, JAMES & HETTY 
Rt. 2 



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Perry 
Griggsville 




LOGSDON, DON 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
82 acres 




LOGSDCW, DON 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
100 acres 




L»1G, CHESTER 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




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LOGSTON, DON 



Nebo 
6 acres 



LONG, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
144 acres 




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LONG. AL\1N 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
100 acres 



LONG, GIFFORD L. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 





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LONG, ALVIN 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
300 acres 



LONG, HARRY M. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 



285 





LONG, HARRY M. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 



LONG, J. A. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
48 acres 




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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 




LONG, J. A. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
20 5 acres 




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LONG, HARRY M. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 




LONG, NORA E. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
156 acres 









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LONG, HARRY M. 
Bt. 2 



Pittsfield 
520 acres 



LONG, RALPH T. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
120 acres 



286 




LONG, RAYMOND Pearl 

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LORD, OLIVER C. 
Rt. 1 






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120 acres 




LONG, STELU M. 
Rt. 1 



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Pearl 
20 acres 




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Rt. 2 



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Barry 
195 acres 





LORD, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
100 acres 




LOSCH, EMMA 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
80 acres 




LORD, LEWIS 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
80 acres 



LOSCH, MARION & RACHEL 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
1 57 acres 



287 



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LOUTZENHISER, GUTORIE 
Rt. 1 




Rock Port 
80 acres 




LOWE, ARTOUR 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 a cTfK 




LOVELL, OTIS 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
240 acres 



LOWE, HAYWARD A. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





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LOVITT, STANLEY RAY 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
80!ii acres 



LOWE, HAYWARD A. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




LOW, L. L. 
Rt. 3 



L I, ujs 1 1 e i d 
12 acres 




LOWE, LEE 
Rt S 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 



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LOWELL, V. F. 
Rt. 2 



LOWELL, V. F. 
Bt. 2 



LOWERY, CHAS. 
Rt. 1 






LOWERY. HaMMER R. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
1 40 acres 




New Canton 
320 acres 




Rock Port 
2 acres 




Rock Port 
63 acres 




LOWERY, MAY D. 
Rt. 1 



LOWBY, G. E. 
Rt. 1 



LOWRY MOTEL 



LOYD, EDWIN 
Rt. 3 



Rock Port 
120 acres 




Hull 
1 acre 




Pi tts field 




Pittsfield 
101 acres 

289 





LUMLEY, NORVIN 
Rt. 1 



Etarry 
65 acres 



LYLE, HARBY 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
180 acres 




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LUMLEY, NORVIN 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
242!^ acres 



LYNCM, CLYDE W. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
12 acres 





LLMLEY, TOOMAS 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
110 acreE 



LYONS, HOLLAND W. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
36 acres 





LUNDBERG, RUBY 
Rt. 1 



Kinderh coli 
320 acres 



LYON, JAMES F. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderh cok 
19 acres 



290 





LYON, JOE N. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
27iSi acres 



LYON, JAMES F. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
50 acres 




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Martinsburg 



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NEW HARTFORD 

In the northwest corner of Martinsburg Township, on US 5.4, lies the village 
of New Hartford, with a population of 163- It is served by the postoffice at nearby 
Pittsfield. The village was founded about 1836 by Isaac Hoskins, Abner Clark, 
John Shinn and Nathan Brown. The township in which it is located, Martinsburg, 
has a population of 685. First settler of the township was Fisher Petty, who 
came in 1825. 

MARTINSBURG 

Another community in Martinsburg Township is Martinsburg, with a popula- 
tion of 74. It, also, is served by the postoffice at nearby Pittsfield. The village 
was laid out in 1836 by William Freeman and John Kingsbury. About seventy-five 
years ago a description of Martinsburg read thus: "It contains one general store, 
a blacksmith shop, two churches, a schoolhouse, etc." 



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Martinsburg 



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New Hartford 



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New Hartford 



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Mar tins burg 



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MILTON 

Largest community of Montezuma Township, which borders on the Illinois 
River, is Milton, with a population of 337. The village was platted in 1835 by 
Freeman Tucker. Several years earlier, a log cabin home was built here by Wil- 
liam Kenney. The township in which Milton is located, Montezuma, has a popula- 
tion of 841. An early resident of Milton was Frederick Franklin, son of Pike 
County's first settler, Ebenezer Franklin. 



MONTEZUMA 

Another community in Montezuma Township is the village of Montezuma, 
with a population of 56. It is located on the Illinois River. Originally a river 
landing, Montezuma was platted about 1836 and was later enlarged by Joel Meach- 
arn, who ran a ferry at this point. 



297 




BEDFORD 

Also on the Illinois River, in Montezuma Township, is the village of Bed- 
ford, with a population of 42. It was laid out in 1836 by David Hodge. For some 
years afterwards, Bedford was an important shipping point for grain, pork and 
other agricultural products. 



298 








MacDCNALD FARMS 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
169 acres 



MAIN, HELEW 
Bt. 2 



Barry 





MAIN, FR\NK 
Rt. 1 



Pi ttsfield 
4 acres 




MAIN, IRVIN D. 
Pt. 2 



Barry 
48 acres 




MAIN, HELEN 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
347 acres 



MAIN, IRVIN P. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Barry 
280 acres 



MAIN, IRVIN P. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
140 acres 



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MAIN, IRVIN P. 
Rt. 2 



MAIN, NORMAN D. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
32 acres 




Barry 
100 acres 




MALLGNS OBQiARD 

Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 




MALLONS ORCHARD 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




MAIN ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 





MANLEY, C. J. 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
129 acres 




MALLIN, LOUIS (ORCHARD) 

300 



Rock Port 



MANTON, ELMER 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
230 acres 




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MANTON, HENRY, (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
200 acres 



MARIAN, EDITO 
Rt. 1 



Bock Port 
110 acres 





MANLEY, K. R. 
Rt. 2 



Bayiis 
150 acres 



MARION, MRS. HENRY 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 



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MANKER, MILBURN C. 
Rt. 3 



Pi ttsfield 
73 acres 



.VURKILLIE, RALPH 
Rt. 2 



Bayiis 
239 acres 





MANKER, WALTER H. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
2 acres 



MARKILLE, RALPH 
Rt. 1 



Bayiis 
224 acres 



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MART, JOHN B. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
80 acres 



MARTIN, LELAND L. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
135 acres 




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MARTIN, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Ba y 1 i s 
80 acres 



MARTIN, LYNDLE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
H 7 acres 





MARTIN, FRANK A. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
90 acres 



MARTIN, PAUL & JOHN E. HALL Chambersburg 
Rt. 1 150 acres 




MARTIN, LYNDLE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
85 acres 




MARTIN, VERA 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



302 





MARTIN, VIRGINIA 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
91 acres 



MARSHALL, aARENCE 
Rt. 1 



GriggsTille 
300 acres 





MARTIN, W. T. 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
160 acres 



MARSHALL, RAY N. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
3 acres 





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MARTIN, W. T. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
160 acres 



MASON, HABM.D 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





MARSHALL, CLARENCE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



MASON, HAROLD 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
140 acres 



303 





MASON, HAROLD 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
280 acres 



MA\'MARD, MEDA 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
80 acres 



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NWSTERSON, ROBERT W. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
20 acres 



McAllister, mrs. edith 

Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 






MATTHEWS, BEN T. 
Bt.3 



Pittsfield 
Tenant House 




McAllister, clyde c. 

Rt. 1 



(jri ggs vi lie 
40 acres 




MATTHEWS, BEN T. 
Rt. 3 



Pi ttsfield 
285 acres 



McARM^E, B. R. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
111 acres 



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McCALLISTER, HUffl 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
300 acres 



McCALLISTER. LEVI 
Rt. 3 



Gri ggsvi 1 le 
3 acres 




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McCALLISTER, HOMER 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
2% acres 



McCANN, CECIL & IVY 
Rt. I 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




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McCALLISTER. HERMAN 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
53 acres 



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McCANN, RICHARD 
Rt. 



Mil ton 
3 acres 




McCALLISTER. LEVI 
Rt. 3 



Gri ggsvi He 
3 acres 



McCANN, VIRGIL 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
40 acres 



305 



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McCANE, SHIHLEY 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
120 acres 



McCartney, frank h. 

Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 





McCartney, frank 

Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
450 acres 



McCARTOEY, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
44 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



McCartney, frank 

Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
578 acres 





McCartney, frank 

Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
314 acres 



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306 




Mccarty, henry 

Rt. 2 



Pi ttsfield 
80 acres 



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McCARL, HAROLD 
Bt. 1 



Kinderh ook 
210 acres 




McCARTOEY, PEABL & WALTCR 
Rt. 1 



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30 acres 







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Mc CARREL, FREIDA 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 







McCARL, CLARENCE 
Rt. 1 



McCARL, HAROLD 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
165 acres 




Kinderh u>k 
4 acres 



McCARREL, BONITA 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acre 




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Rt. 1 



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New Salem 
270 acres 



307 





McCARTER, J. R. (ESTATE) 
Bt. 2 



Barry 
140 acres 



McCRARY, PAUL B. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
20 acres 




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McCLINTOCK, HABRY C. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
200 acres 



McCULLOUffl, MARGE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
136 acres 




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McCORD, WOODROW W. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
120 acres 



McCULLOUGH, MRS. MAY 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
320 acres 






McCRARY, LOU IZORA 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
SO acres 



McCULLOUGH, MA YE V. 
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Pleasant Hill 
200 acres 



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McCULLOUGH, MRS. MAE 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
130 acres 



McINTIRE, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pittafield 
60 acres 




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McDowell, virgil 

Rt. 2 



Baylis 
181 acres 



McINTIRE, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 



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McFARLAND, JOE E. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 




McINTira:, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
180 acres 




McHATTON, BERTHA 
Rt. 1 



Kinderh ook 

61 acres 



McINTIRE, HUBERT 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
20 acres 



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McINTIRE, HIBERT & HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
285 acres 



McINTIRE, HENRY 0. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
230 acres 




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McINTIRE, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

160 acres 



McKENNEY, RUSSEL 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
180 acres 





MclNHRE, HUBERT & HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



McKINNON, BVRNES 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
200 acres 




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McINTIRE, HUBERT & HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

80 acres 



McKINNON, HARVEY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 



310 





McKINNEY, FRED J. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
3 acres 



McGINLEY, KATIE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
42 acres 





McEVEN, WM. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

1 acre 



McGINNIS, A. E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
13 acres 




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McGINLEY, BAMES 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



McGLASSON, ELMER 



Summer Hill 
lZ)i acres 





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McGINLEY, JAMES 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 



McGLASSON, ELMER 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
50 acres 



311 





McGLASSON, GUY 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
70 acres 



McGUIRE, FRANK 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
240 acres 



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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
82 acres 



McLaughlin, j.a. & melvin 

Rt. 1 



Gri ggsTille 
320 acres 





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McGLASSON, MYRILE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
7 5 acres 



McLaughlin, j.a. & melvin 

Rt. 1 



GriggsviXle 






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McGLASSON, PAY 
Rt. 7 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 



McLaughlin, j.a. & melvin Criggsviiie 

Rt. 1 920 acres 



312 




McLaughlin, j.a. & melvin 

Rt. 1 



Griggsville 



McLaughlin, ralph 

Rt. 2 



Baylis 
150 acres 




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McLALGHLIN, J.A. & MILVIN Griggsyille 

Rt. 1 



McLaughlin, c. russell 

Rt. 1 



Pitts field 
200 acres 





McLaughlin, balph 

Rt. 2 



Ba y 1 i s 
120 acres 



McCLIMEN, MARTHA E. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
80 acres 





McLaughlin, ralph 

Rt. 2 



Baylis 
156 acres 



McCLINTOCK, ARTHUR 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
106 acres 



313 





McCLINTDCK, DAVID 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
60 acres 



McRILL, GENEVA 
Rt. 1 



Reck Port 
208 acres 




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McNARY, MIKE & HUOl 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
160 acres 



McTUCKER, DOROTHY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
192 acres 





Mcpherson, sylvia d. 

Rt. 1 



New Salem 
80 acres 



MEADO CHILDREN 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
VA acres 





McPHILL, ENOS 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
269 acres 



MEISENBACH J. C. 

Rt. 1-Keith Allen, Tenant 



Pearl 
257 acres 



314 





MEISENB\CH, ROLAND 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
100 acres 



MELLON, MERLE R. 
Rt. 1 



Rarry 
100 acres 





MELEIN, HERSCHEL 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
235 acres 



MELLON, WAYNE & DELLA 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
77 acres 



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Rt. 9 


Nebo 
30 acres 




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Rt. 1 



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New Sa 1 em 
40 acres 




MELICHAR, MRS. EDITH 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
130 acres 



MELTON, LOUIE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 

80 acres 



315 





MENKE, HAROLD 
Rt. 1 



Hock Port 
160 acres 



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MESERVE, HARPY 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
120 acres 



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Rock Port 
200 acres 



MESSING, OTTO 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
124 acres 





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MERCER, MAX 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

77 acres 



METiCALF, GEORGE R. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
200 acres 





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MERSERUE, FLOE T. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
120 acres 



METCALF, GEORGE B. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
300 acres 



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METCALF, PERRY R. 
Rt. 1 



Berry 
2)i acres 



METZ, EUNICE & SHERMAN 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
6 acres 




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Gri ggsville 



METZ, JEWEL 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
270 acres 




METZ, BOID B. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
350 acres 




METZ, JEWEL 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 




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METZ, MRS. ELIZABETH JOHN Chambersburg 
Rt. 1 100 acres 



METZ. MILLIE 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
104 acres 



317 





METZ, BOY Pt 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
275 acres 



MEYER BROS. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
430 acres 





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METZ, WILLIAM M. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
80 acres 



MEYER BROS. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
284 acres 




METZ, WAYNE B. 
Rt. 2 



Chambersburg 
60 acres 













MEYER BROS. 
Rt. 1 



New Cantoi 
1200 acres 




METZ, WAYNE B. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
230 acres 



MEYERS, CHARLES W. 
Rt. Star 



Griggsville 
76 acres 



318 





MEYER, DOROTHY 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
354 acres 



MEYER, G. B. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
104 acres 





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MEYERS, E. A. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
510 acres 



MYERS, JOE 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vi 1 le 
80 acres 




MEYERS, E. A. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
460 acres 



MYTIRS, JOE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
52 acres 




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MEYER, G. B. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



MEYER, MABEL 



Hull 
160 acres 



319 





MEYER, MARIE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
200 acres 



MEYER, ROSSEL K. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acres 





MEYER, PAUL E. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
85 acres 



MEYER, SELMA & HULDA 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
160 acres 





MEYERS, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
230 acres 



MID-WAY SERVICE 



Pearl 





MEYER, RAY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
375 acres 



MILLER, CHAS. E. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
1/8 acre 



320 




MILLER, C. E. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
20 acres 




MILLER, HARRY L. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
402 acres 








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MILLER, EDWARD 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
4 acres 



MILLER, HARRY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
40 acres 




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MILLER, FOSTER 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
160 acres 



MILLER, MRS. IDA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




MILLER, POSTER 
Rt. 2 



Fai rmoun t 
80 acres 




MILLER, DR. J. E. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
209 acres 



321 








MILLER, J. E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
260 acres 



MILLER, SEWELL 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
80 acres 





MILLER, ROY D. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
9 acres 



MILLER, W. I. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
70 acres 





MILLER, RAY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 



MILLS, EARL 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vil le 
100 acres 




MILLER, RAY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
30 acres 




MILLIGAN, S. D. 
None 



New Salem 
1 acre 



322 





MILTON, FRED 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
160 acres 



MINK, ONEY 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
138 acres 





MILTON, FRED 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
60 acres 



MISENEACH, KATOERINE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
1200 acres 





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MINEAR, GEORGE 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
170 acrea 



MITCHELL, ELIZABETO 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 





MIfK, LEATON 



Baylis 
12 acres 



MITCHELL, IRWIN 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
79 acres 



323 




MITCHELL, J. H. 
Rt. 1 



Pi ttsfield 
20 acres 




MIXER, RUSSELL 
Rt. 2 



Ba y 1 i s 
152 acres 





MITCHEL, TOOMAS 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 









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MOODY, LOREN 
fit. 2 



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New Canton 




MITCHELL, TOOMAS 
Rt. 



MITCHELL, THOMAS 
Rt. 1 



Mil ton 
B acres 




Pearl 
60 acres 



MOFFIT, RAYMOND 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
140 acres 




MOORE, ANSON 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 



324 





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MOORE, ANSON 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
160 acres 



MOORE, DOK)TOY H. & MAURI NE 



New Salem 
140 acres 





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MOORE, CHARLES W. 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
240 acres 



MOORE, FRANK L. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
180 acres 




MOORE, CARL 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 




MOORE, FRANK L 
Rt. 2 




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Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
133 acres 



MOORE, FLOYD W. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
277 acres 



325 





MOORE, LESTER M. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 

160 acres 




MOONEY, OKLA 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 




MOORE, LEE 
Rt. 



New SaleiT 



MOORE. REACIE 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
27 acres 




MOORE, MATTIE (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
20 acres 




MOONEY, (MIA 
Rt. 1 



Pock Port 
4 acres 




MOORE, BOSS, 
Rt. 1 



New Sa lem 
31 1 acres 




MOORE. WM. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
. 77 acres 



326 





MOORE, WINFEffiD 
Rt. 1 



Gri ggsville 
160 acres 



MOREY, ETHEL E. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
62 acres 




MOORE, W. CAfL 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 




MOREY, GEO E. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
60 acres 





MORATH ESTATE 
Rt. 2 



Gri ggsvil le 
420 acres 



MORGAiN, U. E. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
161 acres 







MORATH, GUY 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
23?;^ acres 




MORTbiN, iti^SELL H. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



327 





MORRIS, LESTER 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
212 acres 



MOSER, W. E. & CHAS. MANASSA Rock Port 

Rt. 2 420 acres 





MORRIS, LESTER 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
200 acres 



MOSS, NINA 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
80 acres 




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MOSER. W.E. <% CHAS. MANASSA 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 



MOTLEY, CYNTHIA 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
120 acres 





MOSER, W.E. & CHAS. MANASSA 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
80 acres 



MOTLEY EST\TE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acres 



328 




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MOTLEY, GEORGE E. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
120 acres 



MOUEY, JOHN W. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
60 acres 





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MOTLEY, GEORGE E. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
320 acres 



MOTLEY, LEWIS & HENRY 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
150 acres 








MOTLEY, J. W. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
66 acres 



MOTLEY, LOREN A. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
200 acres 





MOTLEY, J. W. 
Rt. 1 



R oc k Port 
124 acres 



MOTLEY, WALTER G. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
40 acres 



329 




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MOTLEY, WOODROW 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
425 acres 



MOYER, 


EDW. 


0. 


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Barry 


Rt. 2 








133 acres 




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MOUNTAIN, A. R. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
200 acres 



MOYER, FLOYD 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
240 acres 







MOWEN, ELMER 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
160 acres 




MOYER, H.ARRY M. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
120 acres 




MOYER, BRYAN 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
103 acres 



MOYER, WILBERT H. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
81 acres 



330 




MULFORD, ESTHER 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
154 acres 









MUMFDRD, BARRY 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
320 acres 






MULLENS, CLIFFORD 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 





MUMhORD, BARRY 
Rt. 1 



t 



Nebo 
160 acres 





MULLENS, CLIFFORD 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
80 acres 



MUNCY, MARCELIA 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
240 acres 




NfUMMEY, HERSCHEL E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
185 acres 




MINCY, MARCELU 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
340 acres 



331 




MUNCY, MAHCELLA 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
293 acres 




MINCY, MARCELLA 
Rt. 1 







Hull 
240 acres 




MUNCY, MARCELU 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
640 acres 




MURPHY, GLEN 
Rt. 1 



XL-V^J^girr. 



Kinderhook 
53/4 acres 





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MUNCY, MARCELLA 
Kt. 1 



Hull 
326 acres 




MUNCY, MARCELU 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
390 acres 



MUFPHY, MILDRED M. 
Rt. 2 



MURPHY, RALPH 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
100 acres 




New Canton 
115 acres 



332 





ML'RPHY, BALPH 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
115 acres 



MUSGRAVE, WILMOTT 
Rt. 3 



New Salem 
Tenant House 





MUSGRAVE, J. M. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
150 acres 



MYERS, CHARLES W. 
Star 



Griggsville 
282 acres 





MUSGRAVE, LOYD W. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
178 acres 



MYERS, DALE F. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
421 acres 





MUSGRAVE, WILMOTT 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
91 acres 



MYERS, EDITH 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
129 acres 



333 




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MYERS, EDWARD 
Rt. 2 



Gri ggsville 
120 acres 




MYERS, JOE 
Rt. 2 



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Griggs ville 
211 acres 




MYERS, EDITH 
Rt. 2 



Gri ggs vi lie 
147 acres 




MYERS, RICHARD J. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vil le 
200 acres 




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MYER, GUS 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
259 acres 




MYERS, RAY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 




MYERS, HAROLD W. 
Rt. 2 



Summer Hill 
I'A acres 




MYERS, R. J. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
360 acres 



334 




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MYERS, RICHARD 
Rt. 1 



MYERS, RALPH 
Rt. 2 






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New Canton 
80 acres 




Griggs vi He 




MYREN. TED 
Rt. 1 



Ba y 1 i s 
200 acres 




MILTON PUBLIC SCHOOL 



Mil ton 




NEW SALEM PARK 



New Salem 




MYERS ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
40 acres 



HIGHLAND FARMS 







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JESS SMITHERS & SON 

Rural Rte 2, Pittsfleid, III. 



CHAMPION OF MISSOURI STATE FAIR 



ELM CREST ROYAL LEADER 



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BUREAU OF RESEARCH AND PLANNING 

WVISION OF HIGHV*K*YS 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS & BUIL»NGS 

IN COOPERATION WITH THE 

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BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 





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PITTSFIELD 



NEWBURG TOWNSHIP 

A small portion of Pittsfield city, containing 274 inhabitants, lies in New- 
burg Township. Otherwise, the township is without any town or village. It is a 
rural region with a total population of 894. The first settler of the township was 
Daniel Husong, who built a log cabin here in 1832. One year later Peter K. String- 
ham arrived. He was a native of Newburg, New York, and it was from that place 
Newburg Township derived its name. 



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BUREAU OF RESEARCH AND F»LANNING 

DtVtSIOI OF HIGHW**YS 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS i. BUILWNGS 

IN COOPtRATION wrTM THE 

US DEPARTIwlENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 





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BAYLIS 

Located on the Wabash Railroad, in New Salem Township, is the village of 
Baylis, with a population of 307. It was originally called Pineville when laid out 
in 1869 by William Pine, Jr. Baylis is the principal community of New Salem 
Township, which has a population of 913- The first settler of the township was 
Jacob Shinn, who arrived in 1830. 



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NEW SALEid 

Older than Baylis is the village of New Salem, which today has a population 
of 184. It, also, is on the Wabash Railroad. The village was established in 1847 
by Jacob Shinn and William F. Hooper, early settlers. 



340 




FAIRMOUNT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 



Baylis 





HEREFORD CATTLE 



W. W. STOCK FARM 

Pittsfield, Illinois 



DUROC HOGS 



341 




METHODIST CHURCH 



Bayl is 




BAYLIS EVANGELICAL UNITED H^ETHREN CHURCH 



Baylis 



34ii 




METOODIST CHURCH 



New Salem 




MASONIC TEMPLE 



New Salem 



343 




RUSH SCKOOL-Dist. 70 



Baylis 




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GARDNER SCHOOL -Dist 65 



SOUTH PRAIRIE SCHOOL 



LITTLE ffiICK SCHOOL 
344 



Baylis 




Baylis 




Baylis 





GRAY SCHOOL-Dist. 10 



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NEW SALEM GRADE SCHOOL 



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New Salem 




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New Salem 




New Salem 





COLLEGE CORNER SCHOOL-Dist. 81 New Salem 



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KIRTRIOIT SCHOOL 



Ba y 1 i s 



WOODLAND SaiOOL 



Baylis 




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BAYLIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 



KURFMAN CEMETERY 






Baylis 




Baylis 





TAYLER CEMETERY 





BAYLIS CEMETERY 



Rock Port 



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Baylis 




WOODLAND CEMETERY 



Baylis 



fJUY CEMETERY 



New Salen 



345 




CHRISHAN CHUPCH 



Mil ton 




METOODIST CHURCH 



Milton 



346 





MASS, OLIVE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



NEESE, FV\Y E. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
120 acres 





NAHON, MRS. FRANK & JAMES 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
202 acres 



NEESE, WM. T. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
160 acres 




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NEDROf, MRS. RALPH 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
160 acres 



FISH MARKET - Ait. Nelson, prop. Pearl 




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NEESE, LOWELL 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
80 acres 



NELSON, A. T. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
1 70 acres 



347 




NELSON, CECIL E. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
200 acres 




NEUEAUR, MAUD 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
48 acres 




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NELSON, J. WARD 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
75 acres 



NEWMAN, CLAUDE 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
30 acres 





NESTRICK, HAROLD L. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
160 acres 



NEWMAN, HAROLD 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vil le 
320 acres 





NESTRICK, PERLEY 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
153 acres 



NEWI^IAN, HAROLD F. 



Griggsville 



348 





NEWMAN, HARVEY 
Rt. 2 



Griggsvil le 
195 acres 



NEWMAN, JENNIE E. (ESTATE) 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
321 acres 




NEWMAN, LEE 
Rt. 1 



Griggsvil ie 
160 acres 




NEWMAN, JENNIE E. (ESTATE) Griggsville 
Rt. 2 





NEWMAN, RALPH 
Rt.-None 



Griggsville 
550 acres 



NICHOLS, PAUL 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
320 acres 




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Rt. 



Griggsvil le 
6 acres 



NICHOLSON, LENA 
Ft. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



349 








NIGHBERT, VIDA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
38 acres 



NORTON, FRANCIS 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
18 7 acres 





NORDSTROM, GEORGE D. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
40 acres 



NORTON, JAMES 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
60 acres 




NORTH, HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Pea rl 
12 acres 




«C. Ai-i:. ^■-SaK:- 

NORTON, JAMES 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 





NORTON, BEN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



NORTON, FRED W. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 

40 acres 



350 





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NORTON, NEWELL 
Rt. 1 



Pittsf ield 
17 4 acres 





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NULL, JOHNNIE 
Rt. 1 



NUTT, JAMES W. 
Rt. 2 



OETTING, FERN L. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
119 acres 




Pleasant tlili 
80 acres 




Kinderhook 
10 acres 




OFreNBACKER, OTTO 
Rt. 3 



OGLE, A. A. 
Rt. 2 



OGLE, C. E. 
Rt. 2 



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Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



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Rock Port 
183 acres 




Rock Port 
139 acres 




Rock Port 

351 




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OITKER, ALBERT 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
106 acres 



OLSON, ROY E. 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
185 acres 





OITKER BROS. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
9 acres 



ORENBAUGH, GEORGE E. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
90 acres 



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OITKER, E. C. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
120 acres 




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OREBAUGH, PEARL E. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
155 acres 





OITKER, E. C. 
Rt. 2 



Earry 
22 acres 



ORR, CHARLES J. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
196 acres 



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am, FANNIE, CHARLES & WENDEL Griggsville 
Rt. 1 240 acres 




ORR, LENA 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
220 acres 




ORR FANNIE, CHARLES & WENDEL Griggsville 
Rt. 1 




ORR, LOLA AffiR 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
190 acres 





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ORR, GREGG 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
218 acres 



ORR, MELVIN 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
110 acres 





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ORB, HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
230 acres 



ORR, MYRTLE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



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ORR, PEARL M. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
3 acres 




ORR, WENDELL J. 
Rt.l-Harold Daniels, Opr. 



Gri ggs vi lie 
120 acres 





ORR, RALPH SR. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
100 acres 



ORR, WILLIS 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
50 acres 





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ORR, RALPH J. 
Rt. 4 



Mt. Sterling 



ORRILL, JUNIOR 
Rt. 1 



Gri ggsvi He 
33 acres 




ORR, RALPH J. 
Rt. 4 



Mt. Sterling 
400 acres 




OTTWELL, DELBERT 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
280 acres 



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OTTWELL. DELBERT 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

80 acres 




OTTWELL, WILBERT 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 





OTTWELL, DELBERT 
Rt. 1 



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Pearl 
80 acres 



OWENS, MINA 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 





OTTWELL, EDGAR 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
110 acres 



OWENS, RUSSELL 
Rt. 



Valley City 
10}^ acres 





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OTTWELL, HAZEL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
135 acres 



OWN BY FAPM 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 



355 





OWNBY, ROBERT 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
150 acres 



HESS CEMETERY 



Pearl 





PEARL GRADE & HIGH SCHOOL 



Pearl 



MILLER CEMETERY 



Pearl 





NEBRASKA SfJfOOL 



Pearl 




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HU\PHREY CEMETERY 




Pearl 



GREEN POND CEMETERY 
356 



Pearl 



ILLINOIS RIVER 



Pearl 




OLD PEARL CHURCH OF CHRIST 



Pearl 




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BEE CREEK CHLIRCH OF CHRIST 



Pearl 



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PEARL 

In the southeastern corner of Pike County, adjacent to the Illinois River, 
lies the village of Pearl, principal community of Pearl Township. It has a popu- 
lation of 472 and is located on the Chicago & Alton Railroad. The village was 
laid out in 1872. A survey was ordered for the new village by Thomas S. Long, 
guardian of the heirs of Samuel Fulcher. Long was an early settler of Pearl Town- 
ship. The township today has a population of 865- 



BEE CREEK 

The only other community in Pearl Township is Bee Creek, with a population 
of 39. It is served by the postoffice at nearby Pearl. The village grew up about 
Bee Creek Mills, built in 1856 and at first operated by horse power. 



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Pearl 








BEDFORD SCHOOL 



Pearl 



BUCKHOBN SCHOOL 



Pearl 





MONTEZUMA SCHOOL 

360 



Pearl 



CROSS ROAD SCHOOL 



Pearl 




PERRY PUBLIC SCHOOL 



GROUT SCHOOL 



PERRY SPRINGS SCHOOL 



Perry 




Perry 





OLD PEARL SCHOOL 



Pearl 




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Pearl 



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BEE CREEK SCHOOL 



Pearl 




WESTGROVE SCHOOL 



Pearl 




McOORD CEMETERY 



Perry 



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PfCmREO BY Ttic 

^BUREAU OF RESEARCH ANO PLANNING 

DIVISION OF HIOiW^YS 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS & BUILDtNGS 

IN COOPERATION WITH THE 

U& DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 



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1 2 



4 MILES 



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362 




PERRY 

Only community of Perry Township is the village of Perry, with a population 
of 444. It was platted in 1836 by Joseph S. King and was at first called "Boone- 
ville" after the famous American frontiersman, Daniel Boone. Later its name 
was changed to "Perry" in honor of Commodore Perry, hero of the Battle of Lake 
Erie. The township in which the village is located has a population of 885. One 
of the earliest settlers of the township was James Wells, who came in 1825. 
Another was George Bright, veteran of the American Revolution. 



363 




METOODIST CHURCH 



Perry 




PRESBETYRIAN CHURCH 



Perry 



364 





PANHANDLE EASTERN PIPELINE Pleasant Hill 



PARKS, DONALD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 





PARKER, IRVIN 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
360 acres 



PARKS, VIRGIL T. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
210 acres 




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Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 



PARKS, VIRGIL T. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
160 acres 





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PAPKS, CHAS. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
80 acres 



PARKS, VIRGIL T. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
)0 acres 



yes 




PARKS, VIRGIL T. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

30 acres 




PAXTON, FORREST M. 
Rt. 3 



PAYNE, FRED 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
220 acres 




Rock Port 
85 acres 





PAYNE, WM. JR. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
51 acres 




PEARL, ILLINOIS 



Popula tion 




PEARL SERVICE STATION 



Pearl 




PAYNE, W. E. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 



PEARL STONE COMPANY 



Pearl 



366 





PEARL STONE COMPANY 



Pearl 



PEARSON, LESTER L. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 



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PEBa.ES, WALTER 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




PEARSON, MILO L. SR. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
46 acres 





PEARSCW, DARRELL 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
125 acres 



PEARSON, RUTH 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
160 acres 




PEARSON, HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 




PEARMAN, WM. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 



367 




PEAWJ. ALBYN 0. 
Rt. 1 



tiaylis 
148 acres 




PECK, HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 




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5 acres 




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PEECHER, LOLA 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
1 acre 




PEEBLES, BRUCE 
Rt. 1 



PECK, HARRY T. 
Rt 1 



Rock Port 
300 acres 




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Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 



PEER, J. W. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
255 acres 




PEILE, LLOYD H. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



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PENICK. FRANK J. 
Rt. 1 



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Hull 
405 acres 



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PENICK, FRANK 
Rt. 1 




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Hull 
160 acres 




PENICK, 


FRANK 


Kinderhook 


PENICK, 


FRANK 


Hull 


Rt. I 




160 acres 


Rt. 1 




140 acres 





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PENICK, FRANK J. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
119 acres 



PENICK, MARK (ESTATE) 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
2ff ' acres 





PENICK, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
254 acres 



PENSTONE, ANNA 
Rt. 1 



Griggsvil le 
240 acres 



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PENSTONE, EDNA M. 
Rt. 3 



PENSTONE, EDWARD G. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
38 acres 




Gri ggs ville 
269 acres 



PENSTONE, FRANK SR. 
Box 



PERRINE, ELLIS 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
16 acres 




Kinderhook 

1/4 acres 



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PENSTONE, CARL 
Rt. 1 

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Gri ggsville 
117 acres 




PENSTONE, FRANK, JR. 
Rt. 3 



Gri ggs vi lie 
80 acres 




PERISHO, DR. GORDEN 
Rt. 2 



PERRY, EARL C. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
150 acres 




Barry 
225 acres 



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PERRY, OWEN E. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 

80 acres 



PEBRY, WALTER 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 




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PERRY, RAYMOND W. Pittsfield 

Rt. 1-Collector of Indian Relics 2 acres 



PETTY, J. B. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
22 acres 





PERRY THEATRE 



Perry 



PETERSON, DEAN 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
123 acres 





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PERRY, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
% acre 



PETERS, ANNA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
260 acres 



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PETERS, JOHN J. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
100 acres 



PETERS, STANLEY 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
382 acres 




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PETERS, MARY E. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



PETERS, WILLIAM H. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
170 acres 





PETERS, RAY E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
2 acres 



PFLEIDERER, E.R. -Leasee 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
338 acres 





PETERS, STANLEY 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
1 acre 



PFLEIDERER, EDWARD R. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
16 7 acres 



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PHEBUS, PAT 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
88 acres 



PHILLIPS. FLOYD 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
70 acres 





PHENIGER, GUS 
Rt. 1 



Pi ttsfield 
380 acres 



PHILLIPS GROCERY (Jas. -Marian) Valley City 




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PHILLIPS, ART C. 

Rt. 2 



Baylis 
370 acres 



PHILLIPS, JOHN T. 
Rt. 1 



New Sal en 
120 acres 




PHILLIPS, FLOYD 
Rt. 1 



Barry ' 
120 acres 




PHILLIPS, LAWHt;,\Ct; tt. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
132 acres 



373 



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PHILLIPS, SARAH H. Pitts field 

Rt. l-Reg. Hampshire Hogs 122 acres 



PIERSON & GRAHAM 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
120 acres 



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PICXENS, ELMER 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acres 



PIERSON & GRAHAM 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 





PIERCE, MILDRED 

Rt. l-Reg. Angus Cattle 



Chambersburg 
480 acres 



PIERSON & GRAHAM 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
380 ac£«ij* 





PIERCESON & WALLER 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
400 acres 



PIERSON & GRAHAM 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 



374 





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PIERSON, JAMES 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



PIKE COUNTY SERVICE CO. 



Kinderhook 




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PIERSCN, RLTH 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
160 acres 



PIKE COUNTY SERVICE CO. 



Kinderhook 






PIERSCN, SHIRLEY G. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
86 acres 



PIKE STATION ELEVATOR 





PIKE-CALHOUN OIL CO. 



Pleasant Hill 



PINE, BESSIE 



Baylis 
127 acres 



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PINE, CHET C. 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
180 acres 




PLUMMER, VERNON L. 
Rt. 1 



Bay lis 
365 acres 




PINE, 0. C. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
160 acres 



DOIL, JAMES 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 




PLUMMER, HELEN Pleasant Hill 

Rt. 2- Floyd Hammitt. M«r. Dairy 80 acres 




PLUMMER, JOHN L. 
Rt. 2 



Bayl is 
40 acres 




POLLOCK, HENRY 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
355 acres 




POLLOCK, RALPH 
Rt. 4 



Nebo 
39 acres 



376 





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POOL, ED 
Bt. 1 



Chambers burg 
270 acres 



POOL, WALTER 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
40 acres 





POOL, ED 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 



POOR, FRED 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
721 acres 





POOL, ED 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
100 acres 



POOR, JAMES A. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
150 acres 





POOL, ROBERT 
Rt. 1 



Chambers bu rg 
160 acres 



POOL, VIRGIL 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
120 acres 



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PORTER, M.J. & C. R. Pittsfield 

Rt.l Vernon Bradburn, Ten. 8 yr. 140 acres 



POWDER, PEARL 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
60 acres 





POTHAUS, CHAS. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
180 acres 



POWELL, ELDON W. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
% acres 





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POTTER, AMOS R. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
130 acres 



POWELL, KENNETH 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
145 acres 





POTTER. RICHARD R. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 



POWERS, HARRY 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
40 acres 



378 










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PREBLE, NOLE 



Rock Port 
10^ acres 



PREBLE, W. X. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
316 acres 





PREU.E', NOEL D. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
5 acres 



PREBLE, W. X. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
500 acres 




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PREBLE, W. X. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
82 acres 



PREELE, W. X. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
162 acres 




PREBLE, W. X. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 




PRUETT, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
30 acres 




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PRUETT. GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 



PRYOR, DALE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
101 acres 




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PRUETT, H. C. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
40 acres 



PRYOR, J. BEN & ENID F. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
16 acres 





PRIETT, JOHN 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
60 acres 



PULLIAM, HARRY L. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
80 acres 




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PRYOR, CLARENCE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 



PURSLEY, WAYNE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



380 




PYLE, ORVILLE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




PUTERBAUGH, RUSSELL 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
6SS acres 



PYLE, ORVILLE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
55 acres 





PLTERMUGH, RUSSELL 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
200 acres 



QUINLAN, ELIZABETH 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 




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PYLE, HARRY G. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs yille 



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Perry 



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pfCmRLU BY TMt 

©UREAU OF RESEARCH AND PLANNING 

DIVISION OF HIGH^M*« 

DCPARTMENT OF PUBUC WOWS 4. BUILDINGS 

IN cooPtiwTioH wrm the 

U& DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

BUREAU OF PUBUC ROADS 



SCALE 



2 
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3 

31 



4 MILES 



POLYCONIC PROJECTION 



382 




PLEASANT HILL 

In the southern portion of Pike County, on the Chicago & Alton Railroad, 
may be found the town of Pleasant Hill, with a population of 856. It is rhe only 
community of Pleasant Hill Township. The town was founded in 1836 by Eli 
Hubbard, Charles Hubbard and John McMuUen. It was incorporated as a town in 
1869. The population of Pleasant Hill Township today is 1,471. Recorded as the 
first settlers of the township are Belus and Egbert Jones, brothers, who came in 
1821. Here they conducted the first tavern in Pike County, their license having 
been the first order of business at the first session of the Pike County board of 
commissioners. 



383 




BAPTIST CHURCH (Founded 1917) 



Pleasant Hill 




METHODIST CHURCH 



Pleasant Hill 



384 




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BUCKOAK CHURCH & SCHOOL 



Pleasant Hill 



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CHPISTIAN CHURCH (Founded 1890) 



Pleasant Hill 



385 




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MACKEY SCHOOL-Dist. 106 Pleasant Hill 



PLEASANT HILL COMM. HIGH SCHOOL En. 225 




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ATOLETIC FIELD 



Pleasant Hill 



PLEASANT HILL GRAjMMER SCHOOL Pleasant Hill 





JACOBSVILLE SCHOOL 



Pleasant Hill 




PRAIRIE MOUND SCHOOL HOUSE- 106 Pleasant Hill 

386 



STOCKLAND SCHOOL 



Pleasant Hill 




WALNUT GROVE SCHOOL 



Pleasant Hill 




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VENEABLE CEMETEPY 



Pleasant Hill 





CAPPS CEMETERY 



Pleasant Hill 



CRESENT HEIGHTS CEMETERY Pleasant Hill 





MASON CEMETERY 



Pleasant Hill 



PIKE COUNTRY FAIR GROLND Pleasant Hill 




PANHANDLE EASTEHV PIPELINE Pleasant HiU 



387 




RAFTERY, FRED 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 




RAINWATER, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
126 acres 





RAFTERY, MARY E. 
Rt. 4 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



RAKER, DAVID M. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
350 acres 



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RAFTERY, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
127 acres 



RALPH, G. L. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 

70 acres 





RAIH.E, N. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
320 acres 



RALPH, W. E. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
80 acres 



388 





RENFT, WALTER C. 
Rt. 1 



GriggsTille 



RANSOM. J. A. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
20 acres 





RAN FT, WALTER C. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsvil le 
212 acres 



RANSOM, JOHN C. 
Rt. 1 



Pi ttsfield 
243 acres 





RANSOM, DORA 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



RANSOM, W. G. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
310 acres 



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RANSOM, DORA M. 

Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
58^ acres 




RANSOM, W. G 
Rt. 2 




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RANSOM, WARREN 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 




READ, A. M. 
Rt. 2 




Baylis 
40 acres 




READ, A. M. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
100 acres 




READ, JOHN A. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
230 acres 



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READ, CLARK 
Rt. 



Perry 
267 acres 





RANSOM, WARREN 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



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R. E. A. PLANT 
390 



Pittsfield 



READ, HARRY J. 
Rt.l-Robert Pagan Mgr. 



Baylis 
1 57 acres 




READ, MILDRED 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
149 acres 



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REDMAN, GHOVER N. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
160 acres 



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READ, R\Y 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
283 acres 



REDMAN, GROVER ' 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
408 acres 





REDMAN, G. N. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
160 acres 



REDSHAW, JOE F. 
Rt. 1 



Ba rry 
8S acres 





REDMAN, GROVER N. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
160 acres 



REDSHAW, JOE F. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
8 5 a c re s 



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REED, ECK 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
104 acres 



REED, SARAH 
Rt. 1 



Chambersb irg 
99 acres 






REED, EVERETT C. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 

70 acres 



REED, VIRGIL 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
50 acres 





REED, FLOYD JB. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
47 5 acres 



REEDER, ELMER 

Rt.l-Breeder Hampshire Hops 



New Canton 
80 acres 




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REED, HOWARD 

Rt. ^ 



Hull 
217 acres 



REEDER, HARRY 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
14 acres 



392 





REEDER, HERSCHEL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
53 acres 



REEL, FRED D. 
Ft. 3 



Pittsfield 
240 acres 





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REEDER, SAMUEL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
16 acres 



REEL, raED 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 




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REEL, ARTHIR 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
130 acres 



REEL, HARRY 0. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
100 acres 





REEL, EARL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

100 acres 



REEL, PAUL 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



393 





REEL, RAYMOND 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
206 acres 



REESE, QiARLIE A. 
Rt. Star 



Griggs vi 1 le 
280 acres 




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REESE, MRS. ANNA 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
120 acres 



REESE, H. B. 
Star 



Griggsvil le 
280 acres 




REESE, MRS. AWiA 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 

176 acres 




REESE, HARVEY H. 
Rt. 



Perry 
325 acres 





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REESE, CHARLIE A. 
Rt.Star 



Griggsville 



REESE, MARY 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
220 acres 



394 



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REESE, MARY & PEARL 
Rt. Star 



Griggs vil le 
280 acres 




REESE, RICHARD 
Rt. 



REEVES, ABE 
Rt. 2 



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Pittsfield 
162 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
181 acres 







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Rt.Star 



Pleasant Hill 
69 acres 





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REEVES, OWEN T. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
910 acres 




REEVES, 


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Pittsfield 


REEVE, 


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Barry 


Rt. 2 




160 acres 


Rt. 2 




206 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
12 acres 



REINHARDT, EMMA 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
132 acres 







REDMAN, GHOVER 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
296 acres 



REINHARDT OTTO H. Pittsfield 

Rt.3-Fay H. Carnes, Ten. 41 yr. 164 acres 



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REICHMAN, DR. JOHN J. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
320 acres 



REINHARDT, OTTO H. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
300 acres 




REINHARDT, AMELIA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




REINHARDT, OTTO H. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
190 acres 



396 




REINHARDT, OTTO H. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
371 acres 




RENOUD, EDWARD 0. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
7% acres 





REIPPE, BEN H. 
Rt. 1 




Hull 
931 acres 




RENOUD, KENNETH W. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
170 acres 




RENOUD, BEN 
Rt. 2 



Pitts field 
80 acres 



RENSHAW, ARTHUR B. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
120 acres 





RENO ID, DALEY 
Rt-Box 35 



Mi 1 ton 
130 acres 



RET7ER, LEWIS 
Rt. i 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




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REYNOLDS, HARRY S. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
2 acres 




RHOADS, HO ADS 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
140 acres 





REFOLDS, T. A. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
300 acres 




RHOADS, LEE J. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
11 acres 




REYNOLDS, T. A. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
152 acres 





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RHOADES, MERLE 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
320 acres 




RHOADS, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 



RHODES, ADA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 



398 





RICHARDS, EDGAR L. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
242 acres 



ELVIRA RICHARDSON, MEBA BRIDGMAN New Salem 
& FLORINE SIMPKINS Rt.l, 80 acres 





RIOIARDS, FRED 



Nebo 
123 acres 



RICHEY, M. E. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
90 acres 





RICHARDS, MARICW & MARY HURT Barry 

Rt. 2 146 acres 



RICKARD, ELMER J. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
167X acres 




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RICHARDS, MARION & MARY HURT 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 



RIDDLE, EVERETT 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



399 




RIDDLE, EVERETT 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 






RIDENOIF, W. F. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 





RIDENOUR, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 



RIEDEL, H.G. & J . C. RAIBLE Hull 

Rt. 1 10 acres 





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RIDENOUR, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
131 acres 



RIGGINS, aiNT 
Rt. 2 



Ba y 1 i s 
30 acres 









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RIDENOUR, RUSSELL 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
120 acres 



RILEY, ELMER C. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 



400 





RILEY, 


ELMER C. 


Pittsfield 


RILEY. 


LOTA 


Pittsfield 


Rt. 2 






Rt. 2 




280 acres 



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RILEY, G. V. 
Star 



Griggsvil le 
400 acres 




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RISING SPRINGS ORCHARD 
Rt. 2 




RISLEY, RAY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
165 acres 



Griggsvi He 
280 acres 




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RILEY, G. V. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsvil le 



RITTER, CUUDE 
Re. 1 



Pittsfield 



401 





RITTER, CLAUDE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 



ROBBINS, ELDRED W. 
Rt. 2 



New Salem 
206 acres 





ROADES, HERSCHEL 
Rt. 



Pearl 
a acre 



BOBBINS, ELDRED W. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
4fi arrpR 




ROAN, LEWIS 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
7 5 acres 





ROBBINS, LEO 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
140 acres 




BOBB, GEORGE L. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
220 acres 



ROBBINS, BOY E. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
90 acres 



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ROBERTS, ANNA 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
103 acres 



ROBERTS, WALTER 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
90 acres 



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ROBERTS, EUNICE C. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

320 acres 



ROBERTS, WILLIAM E. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
53 acres 




ROBERTS, JOHN S. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
9 5 acres 




ROBERTS, WILLIAM E. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
200 acres 





ROBERTS, RONALD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 



ROBERTS ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 



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ROBERTS ESTATE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
600 acres 




ROBERTS. LEWIS (ESTATE) 

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Pleasant Hill 
96 acres 




RCBERTSON, A. M. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
197 acres 




RCBERTSON, EDWIN 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 




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ROBERTSON, FRED 



Kinderhook 
1 fin arres 




ROBERTSON, GAILARD F. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
8 acres 




ROTERTSCW, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 




ROBERTS «, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 



404 



'*" 'i' 1 





HDBINSON, BOYD 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
10 acres 



nODHOUSE, LOUIS 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 





BOBISON, RUBY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
250 acres 



HODHOUSE, LOUIS 
Rt. 2 



Fieasant nm 
95 acres 



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RO BISON, HIBY 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
)60 acres 



ROLAND, C. L. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
104 acres 




HODHOUSE, LOU P. (ESTATE) Pleasant Hill 
Rt. 2 208 acres 



ROLAND. CHAS. L. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
44 acres 



405 





BOLF, ADDIE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
85 acres 



ROWLEY, LEE A. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
47 acres 





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ROSE, DANIAL D. JR. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
20 acres 



RUBLE, ARTHUR 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 




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BOSS, ALICE 
Rt. 1 




New Canton 
80 acres 



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RUBLE, ARTHUR 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
140 acres 




ROSS, ALICE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
120 acres 



RUH.E, ARTHUR & LESLIE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



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RUBLE, CHARLES 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
110 acres 



RUKGABER, ADA 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
100 acres 





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RUBLE, RUH: 0. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
147 acres 



HUKGABER, ADA 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 





RUBLE BROS. 
Ht. 1 



Nebo 
240 acres 



RUNKLE, JIM, JR. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hi U 
20 acres 





GREGER, RUBY & OPAL B\LDIN 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
105 acres 



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RUPPERT, CURTIS 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
a acre 



407 





RUPERT, KATIE 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
10 7 acres 



RUSH, CLAY & IRA 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 





RUSE, FRED 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
10 7 acres 



RUSH, IRA & CUY 
Rt. 



Detroit 
280 acres 





RISH, CLAY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



RUSH, IRA & CLAY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
192 acres 





RUSH. CLAY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



RUSH ESTATE-R.E. & CLAY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
140 acres 



408 





RUSH, R.E. & CLAY (ESTATE) Pittsfield 

Rt 1 330 acres 



RYAN, MR. & MRS. JOHN P. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
240 acres 




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RUSH, ROBERT E. 
Rt. i 



Detroi t 
42(/ acres 



DIAMOND HILL SCHOOL No. 166 New Canton 





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Griggs vi He 
36 acres 



PRAIRIE SCHOOL 



New Canton 




RISK, WILLARD M. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
122 acres 



PFEIFFER SaiOOL 



New Canton 

409 




P«Cn>R£D 8T IMC 

BUREAU OF RESEARCH AND PLANKING 

OVISION OF HIGMWn^YS 
OePARTMENT OF PUBUC WORKS L BUILDtNGS 

\H COOPtRATlON WTTM THE 

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BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS 



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NEW CANTON 

In the center of Pleasant Vale Township, near Kiser Creek, lies the town 
of New Canton, with a population of 449. Through it runs State 96 and the Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. The town was founded in 1835 by Charles T. 
Brewster, Hiram Smith and Jesse Tittsworth. The township in which New Canton 
is located has a present population of 935. Its first settlers were John Wood and 
Willard Keyes, who came in 1821. Both of these men afterwards founded the city 
of Quincy, in Adams County. At a later date, John Wood became governor of 
Illinois. 



BREWSTER 

Another community in Pleasant Vale Township is Brewster, a hamlet lying 
southeast of New Canton on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. It is 
served by the postoffice at New Canton. The hamlet was named after Charles T. 
Brewster, early settler of the township. 



411 





BREWSTER SCHOOL 



New Canton 



.MOREY CEMETERY 



New Canton 





ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 



New Canton 



CHAMP CLARK MEMORIAL BRIDGE Pike Station 



THE STORIES OF SOME OF THE GREAT 




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tovnnoN SHoti 1333^33 "ix" 

Above Sire o lofi of the "EX" Montvic Rag Apple Sovereign 
— All Canadian I944-1V4S; Xeierve 1?4«'1947^ Member All- 
CanadTan Produce, 1944-4^-46-47. 

And DARKEY LAMBERT WAYNE "EX" 
Al 9 roars 365d, 2x: 23.092 lbs.; milk 3.39y,, S30 fat: in 
6 lact. 115,753 milk, 3. 59%, 4160 fat. 



We ore trying to breed great cows because we be- 
lieve they ore the profitable kind for the practical 
Dairyman to own. 

We almost always have SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF 
THESE SIRES from CLASSIFIED TESXED DAMS for sole. 



ORVILLE LOOS & SONS 

PAYSON, ILLINOIS 



SIRES USED IN OUR BREEDING PROGRAM 

HICKORY CREEK PRINCE CHARMING 1188S47 

Son of Willowsprings CRESCENT PRINCE V. G. 949159 NY; Sire, Res. All-American 
"Get," 1952; Jr. Champion, Nebraska Slate and Kansas Free Fair, 1946; SIRE: 1st 
Sr. "Got," Wisconsin, 1952-53; 1st Jr. and Sr. "Gel," Texas, 1952; Isl Jr. "Get," 
Michigan. Illinois B & W, and Ohio, 1952; Isl. Sr. "Gel." International & Ohio. 
1951; Isl Sr. "Gel." Illinois, 1950; lit Jr. "Gel," Ohio. 1950; 1st Jr. "Gel." 
Waukesha Dairy Show. 1951. 

Ctossified offspring in Hickory Creek Herd average score 82.4, with an average age 
of 3 years. 10 months; 2 "E" and 3 "VG" in other herds. 

ELMWOOD JULE CORA V.G. 30S9776 

0. H. I. A. Record |3V: years) 365D — 16,678.00 milk. 623.30 fat. 

HICKORY CREEK CORNERSTONE 1319401 

This Jr.. Sire has 14 Excellents in pedigree. 

Son of HICKORY CREEK GOMAR 1111083 "EX"; All-American Jr. Yearling. 1951 
Grand Champion, Ohio State Fair. 1952; Jr. Champion. Ohio State Fair. 1951 
1st Jr. Yearling. Waterloo. International, Illinois B li W, Wisconsin and Ohio, 1951 
Sire: 1st Jr. "Get," Iowa. 1953; 2nd Jr. Yearling, Illinois State Foir. 1951; Sire 
2nd Jr. "Get," International, 1953; 3rd 2-year old, Illinois Stale Foir. 1952; 4lh 
2-year old. Texos Pan-American, 1952; Sth 2-year old, Wisconsin, 1952; Sire: 5th 
Jr. "Get," Woterloe, 1953; 6th 2-year old, Waterloo, 1952. 

MT. PLEASANT POSCH LASS 39031 IS "EX" 
DAM of Hickory Creek Cornerstone. 

H. T. Record — Fol 365d, 3'/, years 499.90 milk (3x-3.7%). 13444.00. D. H. I. A. 
Records — Fat 27Bd, 5 years 431.00 milk |2x). 11610.00. Fot 189d, 5</l yoors 
399.00 milk (2x), 10440.00. (Record in Progress). Res. Grond Champion, lowo 
Stole Fair, 1952; 1st prize 4-year old, loiva Slate Fair, 1952; 3rd prize 4-year old, 
Wisconsin Stale Fair, 1952; 4th prize 4-year old, Waterloo. 1952. 



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CAROLTON RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 



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PIKE 

In the southwest corner of Pike County, near the Mississippi River, is situ- 
ated the village of Pike, with a population of 73- It is located on the Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy Railroad. Across the Mississippi River, at this point, may 
be seen the Missouri city of Louisiana, site of the famous Stark Brothers Nurs- 
ery, one of the largest and oldest in the United States. The village of Pike is in 
Ross Township, which has a population of 188. It was named after Colonel Wil- 
liam Ross, early and influential settler of Pike County. 



QUINCY JUNCTION 

A small hamlet in Ross Township, adjacent to the Mississippi River, is 
Quincy Junction. It is at the junction of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and 
the Chicago & Alton railroads. 



413 





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SACKETT, CORA 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
50 acres 



SA>fDERSCW, DON 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 




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SACKETT, RUSSELL E. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 




SANDERSON, DON 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
137 acres 




SACKETT, RUSSELL E. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
50 acres 



SANDERSON, MRS. EMMA 



Detroit 

2 acres 





SANDERS, 


HERMAN C. 


Pittsfield 


SANDERSON, 


JEAN W. 


Pittsfield 


Rt. 3 




50 acres 


Rt. 1 




3X acres 



414 





SANDERSON, W. A. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 



SAPP, GEO. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
223 acres 



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SANDERSON, W. A. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 



SAPP, I.B. & R.M. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 



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SANDERSON. W. A. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
346 acres 



SAPPS, J. M. & SONS 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
120 acres 






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SAPP, GEO 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



SAPP, J. M. & SONS 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
314 acres 



415 




SAPP. J. M. & 9OTJS 
Rt. 2 



Rock t'ort 
200 acres 




SAPP, flOLLO 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
200 acres 




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SAPP FARMS, R.M.-I.B & Pleasant Hill 

JENNIE Rt. 2 




SARGENT, RALPH 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vi lie 
260 acres 



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JENNIE 



Pleasant Hill 
Rt. 2 



SAWDON, JOHN (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
80 acres 





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SAPP FAHMS-I.B.-R.M. & 
Rt. 2 JENNIE 



Pleasant Hill 
304 acres 



SAWDON LARSON, ETHEL 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
506 acres 



416 






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SAX BURY, 


BEN W. 


Barry 


SCHEDEL, 


IVAN JR. 


Pittsfield 


Rt. 2 




109 acres 


Rt. 2 




3 acres 




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SAXBURY, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
4 acres 



SCHEMEL, FRANK E. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 





SA\'LOR, HAITI E 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



SCHEMMIL, ALBERT 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 





SCHAEFER, JULIUS 



Pittsfield 
4 acres 



SCHEPLIER, CECIL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
32 acres 



417 




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SCHIMMEL, A. W. Pleasant Hill 

Rt.2-Reg. Hereford Cattle 440 acres 



SCHMIDT, GEBALD L. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
18 1i acres 





SCHLIEPER, CARROLL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

80 acres 



SCHMIDT, HOSE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 





SCHLIEPER, PAIL 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 

140 acres 



SCHMIDT, WILLIAM 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
75 acres 





SCHLIEPER, PAUL 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 

160 acres 



SCHNEFF, CARL 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
159 acres 



418 





SCHNEPF, CARL 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
320 acres 



SCHNEPF, GLEN H. 
Rt. I 



Pittsfield 
93 acres 



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SCHNEPF, ESTHER 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
202 acres 



SCHNEPF, HIBERT 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
3 acres 





SCHNEPF, ESTHER 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
63 acres 




SCHUESSLER, HARRY 0. 
Rt. 1 






Pittsfield 
28 5 acres 





SCHNEPF, GLEN 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
10 acres 



SCHUHARDT, ERNEST 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
RO acres 



419 





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SCHUHARDT, ERNEST B. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
156 acres 



SCHULT2, aOYD D. 
Rt. 1 



Darry 
160 acres 





SCHUHARDT, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
120 acres 



SCHULZ, HERBERT E. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
240 acres 





SCHULTZ, CLOYD D. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
60 acres 



SCHUSTER, GEO. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
m acres 





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SCHULTZ, aOYD D. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
100 acres 



SCHWANDNER, NICK 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
40 acres 



420 




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SCHWARTZ, FRED 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
80 acres 



scon, DILL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
125 acres 




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SCHWART7, FRED T. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
199 acres 



SCOTT, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
40 acres 




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SCOTT, BILL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
35 acres 



SCOVILLE, JOHN Rock Port 

Rt. -Walter DeHart, Tenant 506 acres 





SCOTT, BILL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
100 acres 



SCRANTDN, ARTWJR 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
200 acres 



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SCRANTON, CHARLES E. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
40 acres 



SCRANTON, GEORGE A. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
80 acres 




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SCRANTON, DAVID C. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 



SCRANTON, HENRY 



Pleasant Hill 
122 acres 



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SCRANTON, DAVID C. 
Rt. 2 



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Nebo 
240 acres 




SCRANTON, 0. W. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
5 acres 





SCRANTON, 


EARL N. 


Nebo 


SCRANTON, 


RUSSELL 


Pearl 


Rt. 2 




132 acres 


Rt. 1 




120 acres 



422 




SCRANTON, RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
360 acres 




SECREST, FOSTER 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
110 acres 




SEABORN, GRACE L. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
325 acres 




SECREST, FOSTER 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
215 acres 





SEAbUKN, liHACfc U. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
55 acres 



SECREST, GLEN H. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
200 acres 





SEABORN, V,. K. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
325 acres 



SECREST, GLENN 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 



423 



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SEHR, FRED H 
Star Rt. 




SEVERNS, ROGER 
Rt. -c 



■Griggs vi He 





SESSIONS, HAL M. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
200 acres 



SEVERNS, ROGER 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 





SESSIONS, MAURICE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 



SEYBOLD, GEORGE H. 
Rt. 1 



New Sa lem 
120 acres 





SEVERNE, ROGER Chambers burg 

Rt. l-Vern Stinebaker, Opr. 513 acres 



SEYBOLD, GEORGE H. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
189 acres 



434 





SEYBM.D, MAE 
Rt. 2 



t5ay lis 
Tenant House 



SEYMOUR. GENE 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
132 acres 





SEYBOLD, MAE 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
180 acres 



SEYMOUR, ROBERT 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
196 acres 




SEYBOLD, MELVIN 
Rt. 3 



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Pittsfield 
80 acres 




SHADE, EVERETT E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 




SEYMOUR, GEORGE A. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
143 acres 




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SHARROW, LOWELL 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
40 acres 



425 




SHAW, EUGENE 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
51 acres 




SHAW. JESSIE 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
S1Q acres 





SHAW, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 



SHAW, NELSON V. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
40 acres 





SHAW, H. R. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
3 acres 



SHAW, OWEN 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
51 'i acres 





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SHAW, JESSIE 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 



SHAW, PAGE W. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
90 acres 



426 





SHAW, WM. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 



SHELTON, FRED P. 
Rt. 1 



\ji A K t^s VI 1 le 
160 acres 





SHAW, *M. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
120 acres 



SHELLHORSE, PAUL 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
9 acres 




SHELBY, aYDE 
Rt. 1 



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Nebo 
52 acres 




SHELLHORSE. THOMAS 
Rt. 2 



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80 acres 







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SHELBY, aYDE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



SHEPARD, LENARD 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
129 acres 



427 





SHEPPARD, CECIL 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
200 acres 



SHEPPARD, HAROLD 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
114 acres 





SHEPPARD, EARL 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



SHEPPARD, L. E. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
298 acres 





.SHhPPARD, EARL A. 
Fit. 2 



Baylis 
80 acres 



SHEPPARD, ROBERT W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 





SHEPPARD, JAMES W. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
80 acres 



SHEPPARD, ROBERT W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



428 




SHEPPARD, TOBERT W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




SHEWE ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
340 acres 





SHEHHAN, KEITH M. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
470 acres 



SHINN, CHARLES 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
275 acres 




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SHERMAN, KIETH 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 



SHINN, CHARLES 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
% acres 





SHEWE ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
fiO acres 



SHINN, CLARK 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

190 acres 



429 




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SHINN, EVA 
Rt. 1 



Griggs vi He 
115 acres 




SHIPLEY'S STORE 



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Pittsfield 





SHINN, EVA L. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
137 acres 



SHIPLEY, GAY 
Rr 1 



Nebo 





SHINN, RUTH L. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
80 acres 



SHIVE, BUELL 
Star Rt. 



Pleasant Hill 
7 5 acres 




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SHINNEBARGER, PERCY 
Rt. 2 



Beylis 
80 acres 



SHIVE, 0. G. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 



430 





SHONHART. EAW. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 



SHRIVER, VICTOR 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
483 acres 






SHONHART, EARL Pitts field 

Rt.2-Black Angus-Bl. Poland China 120 



SHUE, aARENCE D. 
Bt. 1 



New Canton 
!4 acre 




SHONHART, EARL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




SHUE, CHARLES 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
170 acres 





SHONHART. HOMER 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
106 acres 



SHUFF, C. B. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
320 acres 



431 





SI DWELL, CHARLES 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

138 acres 



SIEVERS, GLEN 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 





SI DWELL, HOWARD 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
34 acres 



SIEVERS, GLEN 
Rt. 2 



Perry 
360 acres 





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SI DWELL, HOY 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
274 acres 



SIGLER, EDWARD C. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
210 acres 



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SIEVERS, GLENN 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
234 acres 



SIGLER, WALTER A. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
149 acres 



432 





SIMPKIN, W. K. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
80 acres 



SIX, LAURA 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
49 acres 






SIMS, BEN 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
40 acres 



SKINNER ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
40 acres 




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SIX, GEORGE 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
60 acres 



SKINNER, DOROTHY 
Rt. 3 



Griggs ville 
120 acres 





SIX, HERB 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 

4^ n f r^ c 



SKINNER, DORTHEY E. 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 

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SLATER, DAN A. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
1 acre 



SLIEGHT ESTATE 
Rt. Star 



Griggsville 
100 acres 





SLEIGHT, DELBERT W. Griggsville 

Rt.2-Reg. Hampshire Sheep 289 acres 



SLEIGHT, HERSCHEL 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
411 acres 




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SLEIGHT, DELBERT 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 



SLEIGHT, OLIVE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
256 acres 





SLIEGHT ESTATE 
Rt. Star 



Gri ggsvil le 
150 acres 



SLEIGHT, OLIVE 
Rt. 1 



Gri ggsvil le 
190 acres 



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SLIGHT, FRED C. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsvil le 
6 acres 



SMART, EMMA 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



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SLEIGHT, HARSHELL 
Rt. 2 




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Griggs vil le 
40 acres 




SMART, GLEN 
Rt. i 



Pittsfield 
158 acres 





SMART, A^fDREW 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
3 acres 



SMART, HAYES 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
140 acres 





SMART, ANDREW 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
97 acres 



SMART, KENNETH 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
43 acres 



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SMITH AUBREY F. Rock Port 

Rt.l-Keg. Angus Ca t tie -Hamp .Hogs 170 acres 




SMITH, aAUDE 
Rt. 2 



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Pleasant Hill 

60 acres 




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SMITTl, BRYAN 



Pleasant Hill 
18 acres 



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SMITH, CHESTER 
Rt. 1 



Bj^ii» 



Baylis 

100 acres 




SMITH, C. R. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
110 acres 



SMITH, BARREL 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
58 acres 



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SMITH, CHAS. E. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
30 acres 



SMI TO, DWIGHT 
Rt. 1 



Pitts field 
80 acres 



436 





SMITH, fcAHL C. . 
Rt. 1 



t'lttsfield 
97 acres 



SMITH, EARL C. 
Rt. 



Detroit 





SMITH, EARL C. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

160 acres 



SMITH, EDNA H. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 




SMITH EARL C. Pittsfield 

Rt.l-Donal Denial, Ten. 15 yr. 408 acres 





SMITH, EARL C. 
Rt. 1 



Detroit 
640 acres 



SMITH, ERNEST 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



437 





SMI TO, ESTELL 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
ISO acres 



SMITH, FLOYD E. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 






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SMITO, ETOEL 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
10 acres 




SMITH, FLOYD E. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
445 acres 





SMITH, ETOEL 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
81 acres 



SMITO, FRANK J. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 

7 acres 





SMITO, FLETA W. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant HiJ' 
140 acTv. 



SMITO, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
42 acres 



438 



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SMITH, 
Rt. 2 


FRA^fK 




Pearl 
80 acres 





SMI TO, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
160 acres 




SMITH, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

120 acres 



SMI TO, GEO. ROBERT 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
2 acres 





SMI TO, MRS. LOUISAE 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
30 acres 



SMI TO, GEORGE E. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

5 acres 





SMITO, NANCY 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
80 acres 



SMITO, DOC. GLENN 
Rt. i 



Pittsfield 
212 acres 



439 





SMITH, GORDON W. 
Rt. 1 



GriggsTille 
177 acres 



SMITH, HARVEY 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
40 acres 





SMITH, HERMAN E. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
222 acres 



SMITH, HARVEY 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
6 7 acres 





SMITH, HARRY C. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
100 acres 



SMITH, HARVEY 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
200 acres 





SMITH, HARVEY 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 



SMITH, IRA 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
5 acres 



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SMITH, IVA & EPNEST 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
40 acres 




SMITO, J. CURnS 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
9 7 acres 



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SMITH, J. C. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
208 acres 




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SMITH, JAMES P. & MRS. 
Rt. 1 






Rock Port 
176 acres 




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SMITH, JESSE E. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 




SMITO, JESSE E. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
160 acres 




SMITO, JOHN 
Rt. I 



Pearl 

42 acres 




SMITO, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
240 acres 



441 




SMITH. JOHN C. 
Rt. 3 



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SMI TO, JOHN C. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
566 acres 








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Pittsfield 




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SMI TO, KENNETO K. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




SMI TO, LAWRENCE 
Rt. 3 




Pittsfield 
400 acres 



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SMI TO, 


JOHN C. 


Pittsfield 


SMI TO, 


LOGAN 


New Canton 


Rt. 3 






Rt. 1 




160 acres 





SMI TO, 


JOHN W. 


Pleasant Hill 


SMI TO, 


LOGAN 


New Canton 


Rt. 2 




4 acres 


Rt. 1 




19 7 acres 



442 




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SMITH, MARSHALL D. 
Bt. 1 



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New Canton 
160 acres 




SMITH, 0. C. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
166 acres 




SMira, MIKE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
60 acres 







SMITH, OREN K. 
Rt. 1 




Pearl 
338 acres 



SMITH, MIKE L. 
Rt. 2 










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Pittsfield 
80 acres 





SMITH, OWEN G. 
Rt. 1 






Rock Port 
76 acres 




SMITH NOVELTY SHOP 



Rock Port 



SMITH, PAUL 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 

87 acres 



443 




SMITH, R. E. 
Rt. 1 




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SMITH, RAY H. 
Rt. 1 



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SMITH, RAY L. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
12 acres 



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Nebo 
40 acres 




Pittsfield 
80 acres 




SMITH, RICHARD 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
196 acres 




SMITH, ROSS 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
266 acres 




SMITH, C. RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
94 acres 



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SMITH, TDNY 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




SMITH, WAYNE 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
80 acres 



444 




SMITH, WAYNE 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
80 acres 




SMITH, J. WES 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

230 acres 











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SMITH, WESS J. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
132 acres 




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SMITH, WILMER E. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




SMITH, WILLIAM H. 



Pleasant Hill 
148 acres 




SMITH, WILLIAM H. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
200 acres 




SMITH, WINFRED D. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 

106 acres 



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SMITHERS, CHARLES W. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
23 acres 



445 




SMITHERS (CHAKLKS; tsmit 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
165 acres 




SNEEDEDN, BESSE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
160 acres 






SMITOERS, JESS H. 
Pit2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



SNEEDEN, DEAN E. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
70 acres 






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SNEADEN, ERNEST 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
13 acres 



SNEEDEN, E. WAIDE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
99 acres 




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SNEEDEN, ARTHUR E. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
130 acres 



SNEEDEN, ESTELLA 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
3 acres 



446 





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SNEEDEN, LEWIS 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 



SNEEDEN, WADE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 




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SNEEDEN, LEWIS 
Rt. 1. 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



SNEDDEN, EMMETT 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
178 acres 









SNEEDEN, LEWIS 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



SNEEDEN, ESTELLA 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
280 acres 





SNEEDEN, LEWIS 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 



SNEDDEN, EVA 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
46 acres 



447 



PI 





SNODGRASS, CLABK 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
40 acres 




SOMMERS, BULAH 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
106 acres 




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SNODGRASS, MAURICE C. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
1 acre 




SOMMERS, FLOYD 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
53 acres 




SNYDER, CHAS. L. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
174 acres 



SOWERS, AfW 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
133 acres 







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SNYDER, HOUER 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
7 acres 




SOWERS, EARL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

255 acres 



448 




SOWERS, HUBERT 
Rt. I 



Pearl 
160 acres 




SPARKS, HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Bay lis 
80 acres 




SOWERS, JOHN G. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
63 acres 




SPARKS, MRS. OLIVE 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
5 acres 






SPANGENBERG, PAUL E. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
/4 acre 




SPANN, W. E. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



SPARKS, W. G. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
1 acre 




SPEARS, H. L. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
115 acres 



449 




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SPRAGUE, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
17 5 acres 




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SPRAGUE, JOHN 
Rt. 1 






Hull 
350 acres 




SPRING CREEK LUMBER CO. Pleasant Hill 
450 




SPERRY, 


BEN 


Pittsfield 


SPRINGER, 


LOREN 


Pittsfield 


Rt. 3 




180 acres 


Rt. 1 




120 acres 




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STAFF, HUBERT 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
160 acres 




STANLEY, CHRIS 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 




STANLEY, ORA 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 




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STARK, JOHN H. SB. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
300 acres 



STARKS, IDA 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
154 acres 





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STARK NURSERIES 



Atlas & Rock Port 



STARKS, KENNETH 
Rt. , 



Nebo 
80 acres 





STARK, WILBERT 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 



STARKS, WM. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
84 acres 




STARKS ESTATE 
Rt. 



Pittsfield 
8 acres 



451 




STARMAN, ARTTOR E. 
Rt. 2 



STAUFFER, IVA 
Rt. 2 



STAUFFER, IVA 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
10 acres 




Baylis 
20 acres 




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Baylis 
80 acres 




STAUFFER, W. T. 



Baylis 
7 acres 




STAUFFER, W.T. & MINA 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 




STAUFFER, W.T. & MINA 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
290 acres 







STEARNS, CHARLES F. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
66 acres 




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STEARVS, GEORGE D. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
180 acres 



452 





STEERS, W. GLEN 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
270 acres 



STEVENSON, VINCENT 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
206 acres 





STEINBERG, EDWARD 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
154 acres 



STEWART, H. E. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
200 acres 





STEVENS, DELBERT W. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
10 acres 



STICKHOST, EDWARD W. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
100 acres 





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Sawing, Logging-Bull Dozing - Chambers burg 



STICKHOST, ROY L. 
Rt. 1 



Bayl is 
90 acres 



45y 





STICKMAN, CHARLES H. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
80 acres 




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STICKMAN. RAY 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 

75 acres 




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STICKMAN, EARL 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
190 acres 




STILL. RILEY 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
150 acres 




STICKfvIAN, FRAM L. 
Rt. 2 




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Baylis 
139 acres 



STINEH\KER, ELMER 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
180 acres 




STICKMAN, GEORGE ELMER 
Rt. 2 I 



Pittsfield 
110 acres 



STIWELL, CUUDE 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

95 acres 



454 




STOCXFARM, W. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 




STOCXFARM. W. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 




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STOCKFARM, W. W. 
Rt. 2 



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STOCKFARM, W. W. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 




Pittsfield 




STOCKFARM, W. W. 
Rt. 1 




STOCKFARM, W. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 



Pitts ifield 




STOCKFARM, W. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
455 




STOCKFARM, W. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pi ttsfield 
3000 acres 




STOLTE, FRANK G. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
153 acres 





STOLTE, ALBERT J. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
200 acres 



STaTE, HAROLD J. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
292 acres 








STOLTE & DANHAUS ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
191 acres 



STOLTE, W. A. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
178 acres 





STOLTE & DANHAUS ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderh cok 
200 acres 



STONE, ARTHUR 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 



456 





STONE, HOMER 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
35 acres 



STONER, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Griggsvil le 
121 acres 




STONE, ROY E. 
Rt. 2 


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Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
200 acres 




STONE, STANLEY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
480 acres 



STORHER ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
90 acres 





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STONER, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Griggsrille 



STOTTLEWEYER. PEARL F. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 



457 





STOUT, PORBA 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



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STRAUS ESTATE 
Rt. 2 



Bayl is 
200 acres 




STRAUS, FRED 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
240 acres 




STRAUS, FRED 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 




STRAUS, GEORGE F. 
Rt. 2 



STRAUS, HAROLD 
Rt. 1 



STRAUS, HAROLD 
Rt. 1 




STREB, EVERETT 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
81 acres 




Griggsville 
130 acres 







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Pleasant Hill 
19/4 acres 



458 





STTOHEXER, HENRY 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
195 acres 



STRUBINGER, ADRIAN 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
17 5 acres 




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STRCniER, MRS. U. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
1% acres 



STRUBINGER, ADRIAN 
Rt. 2 



Barry 




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Griggsville 



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Pittsfield 
80 acres 





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STBOTHER. H. E. 
Rt. 1 



GriggsTille 
540 acres 



STRUBINffiR, AVA & EMENTH 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



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STRUBINGER, AVA & EMMETT Pitts field 

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STRUBINGER, CHAS. 
Rt. 3 



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Pittsfield 
260 acres 




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STRUBINGER ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



STRUBINGER, LORAIN 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
245 acres 



Barry 
138 acres 




STRUBINGER, E.J. & AVA 
Rt. 2 



Berry 
420 acres 




STRUBINGER, WALTER L. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 




STRUBINGER ESTATE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
360 acres 



STRUBINGER, WALTER 



New Canton 
1 <;n acres 



460 




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STRUBINGER, WALTER 
Rt. 2 



El Dara 
416 acres 



SUTTON, FRANK 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 




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SUHLING, J. ADRIAN 
Rt. 



SULLIVAN, J. H. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
32 acres 




Pi ttsfield 
53 acres 



SUTTON, 
Rt. 2 


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SLTTON, IRA G. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
93 acres 




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SL'TID.N, EVERETT 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 



SUTTON, LOUIS A. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
300 acres 



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SUTTON, LOUIS A. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 



SWABTZ, CECIL 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
50 acres 




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SWAIN BROS. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
10 acres 



SWARTZ, JOHN E. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
403 acres 





SWAIN H»S. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
225 acres 



SWARIZ, JOHN E. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
403 acres 





SWAIN BROS. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
170 acres 



SWARTZ, VINCENT 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
120 acres 



462 







SWARTZ, VINCENT G. 
Rt. 1 



SWEETING, ARTHUR 
Rt. 1 




Pittsfield 
247 acres 




Chambers burg 
157 acres 




SYRCLE, J. N. 
Rt. 1 



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SYRCLE, MERLE A. 
Rt. 3 



Barry 
10 7 acres 




Barry 
80 acres 




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SWEETING, CLEMMIE 
Rt. 2 



Gri ggs villa 
120 acres 




SWEETING, GEORGE 
Rt. 



Perry 
160 acres 




SYRCLE, MARY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
164 acres 




MISS. VALLEY CHRISTIAN' SERVICE CAMP Nebo 

463 




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STROUT 

Another community in Spring Creek Township is Strout, a village of 72 
inhabitants. It, also, is located on the Chicago & Alton Railroad. The village 
was laid out in 1872 and at first was called Stewart. 



465 




BAPTIST CHUBCH 



Nebo 




CHRISTIAN CHURCH 



Nebo 



466 




SI DEVI EW SCHOOL 



OLD BAPTIST SCHOOL 



CLOVER SCHOOL- Di St. 34 



Nebo 




Nebo 




Nebo 





ELEMENTARY & HIGH SCHOOL 



Nebo 




NEBO CEMETERY 



Nebo 



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Nebo 



NEBO WATER WORKS & DEPOT 



Nebo 



467 



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TAYLOR, EVA (ESTATE) 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
17 4 acres 




TAYLOR, FLOYD M. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
150 acres 



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TAYLOR, HOMER 
Rt. 1 



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Pittsfield 
35 acres 




TAYLOR, JACK T. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
303 acres 




TAYLOR, JOHN H. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
4 Lots 




TAYLOR, LEE A. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
40 acres 




TAYLOR, MERVIN 
Rt. 



Perry 
264 acres 




TAYLOR, MERUIN 



Perry 
?64 acres 



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TAYLOR,. PAUL 
Rt. 2 . 



Pittsfield 
110 acres 



TOARP, WILLIAM C. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
216 acres 





TAYLOR, WILLIAM P. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
80 acres 



miELE BROS. 



Griggsville 
183 acres 





TEDROW, FLA ID 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
92 acres 



THIELE, OLIVER 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
135 acres 





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TELLING, A. B. 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
160 acres 



THOMAS, BERT 
Rt. 1. 



Nev Canton 
125 acres 





THOMAS, C. H. 



Pleasant Hill 
^ acre 



TOOMPSON. SAM 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
470 acres 





THOMPSON, ARCHIE & JENNIE Chambersburg 

Rt. 1 93 acres 



THOMPSON, WARREN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
33 acres 





THOMPSON, IRVING G. 
Ht.l 



Chambersburg 
90 acres 



THURMON, B\SIL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

80 acres 





THOMPSON, MRS. JOHN K. 
Rt. 



Perry 
24 acres 



THURMON, NEAL Pearl 

Rt.l-Reg. Hampshire Hogs 180 acres 



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TICK, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Eiee Creek 
51 acres 



HTTS WORTH, FRED 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
200 acres 





TIMMONS, OPAL & ELLA 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
160 acres 



TITTSWORTH, JESSE D. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
42 acres 





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TITTSWORTH, ALFRED 
Rt. 2 



E5arry 
79 acres 



TOBIAS, GRANVILLE 
Rt.2-Gerald Shaw, Tenant 



Pleasant Hill 
180 acres 





TITTSWORTH, CLIFFORD T. 
Rt. 1 



Eiarry 
80 acres 



TOBIAS, GRANVILLE 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
98 acres 



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TOBIAS, GRANVILLE 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
46 acres 



TORRENS, CINA 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 





TOLBERT, MRS. C. R. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
100 acres 



TOTOH, GEORGE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 





TOOLE Y, HAROLD 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
40 acres 



TOADING POST 



Pittsfield 



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TORRENS, CINA 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
60 acres 



TRAUTWEIN, CHARLIE 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
101 acres 



472 





TRAUTWEIN, LENA 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 



TRIMBLE, HELEN 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
172 acres 





TRAUTWEIN. RAYMOND, JR. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
10 acres 



TROUTTJER, MRS. TDM 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
% acre 





TREPTON, FRED 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
136 acres 



TRIPLETT, EMMETT W. 
Rt. 2 



Bock Port 
2 acres 



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TRIMELE, JACX W. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
1 acre 



TUCKER, RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
1 40 acres 



473 








TUCKER, RUSSELL Charabersburg 

Rt.l-Reg. Brown Swiss Birlls 120 acres 



TUPNEWUGH, FRANK I. Pleasant Hill 

Rt.l-L.B. TurnbauRh. Tenant 103 acres 





TUaER, RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 



TURNBRUOl, GUY J. 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
240 acres 




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TUNGET, W. L. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
230 acres 



TIJRMBEAUGH, GUY 
Rt. 



Nebo 





TUOHY, 


MRS. 


HERBERT A. 


Rock Port 


TlBMBEAim, 


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Nebo 


Rt. 2 






350 acres 


Rt. 1 




110 acres 



474 





TURNB\UGH, MARVIN R. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
160 acres 



TURNBULL ESTATE 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
220 acres 



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TURNBAUGH, OTHO 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
240 acres 



VALEL LEWIS R. 
Star Rt. 



Pleasant Hill 
40 acres 






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TURNBAUGH, OTHO 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 



VANCIL, FRED E. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
250 acres 





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TURNBULL, ARTHUR F. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
160 acres 



VANNATTl, OTTO 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
10 acres 



475 




Van WINKLE, M. E. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
240 acres 




VAN ZANDT, (ESTATC) 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
240 acres 





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VAUGHAN, EARL 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 

6 acres 



VAN ZANDT ESTATE Baylis 

Rt.2-Harry Secrest, Tenant 102 acres 





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VAUGHAN, EARL 
Rt. 1 



Bee Creek 
126 acres 




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VAN ZANDT, (ESTATE) 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
4 acre 




VAUGHN, MAXINE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
60 acres 



VEIHL, LENA B. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
270 acres 



476 





VETTE, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 



VINCENT, VOLIW C. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
510 acres 





VICKRDY, HOMER E. 
Rt. 1 



Pi ttsfield 
240 acres 



VOSE, CHARLES WILLxA,.. 



Perry 
20 acres 



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Rt. 1 



Kinderh ook 
160 acres 



VOSE, CHARLES 



Perry 
20 acres 





VINCENT, VOLUM C. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 

160 acres 



VOSE, JOHN D. 
Rt. 1 



Chaabersburg 
100 acres 



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VOLLBRACHT, ABTHUB E. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
30 acres 



VOSHALL, J. M. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 

140 acres 




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VOLBRACHT, ART 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 



VOSHALL, JAMES 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
1 70 acres 





VOLLBRACHT, .LADYS 
Rt. 1 



VOLLBRACHT, GLADYS 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
40 acres 




New Canton 
145 acres 



WACKERMAN, '-ICLA E. 
Rt. 3 



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WADE, CHARLES D. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



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Griggsville 
200 acres 



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WADE, GEO. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
11 acres 



WAGNER, DENNIS 
Rt. 1 



Gh ambers burg 
40 acres 





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WADE, LIZZIE 
Rt. 2 



WADE, SAMUEL & JULIET 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
40 acres 







Griggsvil le 
190 acres 



WAGNER, FLOYD F. 



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WAGNER, FLOYD 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
4^ acres 




Griggsville 
450 acres 




WAGWER, DENNIS 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
160 acres 



WAGNER, JOHN Baylis 

Rt.2-Limestone Hauled & Spread 200 acres 



479 





WAGNER, JOHN 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 



WAGNER, WADE 
Rt. 1 



Chambersb urg 
120 acres 





WAGNER, JOHN 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 



WAGY. LILLIAN P. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
154 acres 





WAGNER, MRS. MARY 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
87 acres 



WAGGONER, OSCAR 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 





WAGNER, WADE 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
25 acres 



WAGGONER, OBIE 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
60 acres 



480 





WALCH, ELLIS 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
50 acres 




WAITC, WESLEY 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
20 acres 



WALCH, ELLIS 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
212 acres 




WAITE, WESLEY 
Rt. 1 



Griggsyille 
160 acres 




WALCH, FRED 
Bt. 1 




Hall 
160 acres 




WAITE, WESLEY P. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsyille 

243 acres 



WALKER, CHARLES 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 
220 acres 



481 





WALKER, FLORENCE 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
80 acres 




WALKER, GERALD 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 




WALKER, L. E. 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 




WALKER, NELLIE A. 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
260 acres 







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WALKFJ^, JACK 
Rt. i 



Chambers burg 
130 acres 



WALKER, MRS. R. L. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsrille 




WALKTER, LOUIS 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
1 acre 




WALKER, MRS. R. L. 
Rt. 1 



Griggs ville 
165 acres 



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WALKER, SMira 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
254 acres 



WALMSLEY, VIRGIL R. 
Rt. 2 



Bay lis 
120 acres 





WALK, GEO. W. 
Rt. 1 



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Pearl 
lii acres 






WALL, CARL J. 
Rt. 2 



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Nebo 
120 acres 



WALLACE, EVERETT 
Rt. 1 




WALTON, W. M. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
320 acres 




Rock Port 
38 acres 



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WALL, TDM 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
80 acres 



WARD, CHARLES 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



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WALSTON, DEE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 




WARD, CARSON 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
530 acres 



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WALSTON, SARAH 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
200 acres 



WARD, ERNEST H. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
200 acres 





WALSTON, VIRGIL 
Mt. 1 



Nebo 
400 acres 



WARD, ERNEST 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
65 acres 




WALTMAN, LOUIS 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
200 acres 



WARD, EARL 
Rt. 2 




Barry 
169 acres 



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WARD, EDWABD C. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
105 acres 



WARD. JOE 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
94 acres 





WARD, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
130 acres 



FLOYD R. WARD & PAUL W. BAKER Pittsfield 
Rt. 2 148 acres 





WARD, aiRTRlDE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
253 acres 



WASSE1.L, CARL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
220 acres 





WARD. GERTRUDE 
Rt.2-Reg. Jersey Cattle 



New Canton 
160 acres 



WASSELL, H. GAY 
Rt. ? 



Pittsfield 
52!ii acres 



485 




WATERS, ALFRED 
Bt. 1 



GriggsTille 
200 acres 





WAITERS ORCHARD 



Pearl 



WATERS, LYNDLE 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
IfiO acres 





WASSCTI, JOE N. 
Rt. 1 



Kinderhook 
200 acres 




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WATERS, HARRY 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 




WASHINGTON, CHARLES 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
40 acres 



WATTERS, EVERETT 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
2 52 acres 



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WATERS, W. M. 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
320 acres 



WATSOV VERTANESIAN & RHOADES Pittsfield 
nt. 2 1 acre 




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WATERS, RUSSELL 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
48 5 acres 



WATSCW, GERTRUDE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
86 acres 





WATKINS, LEE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
20 acres 



WEAVER, WILLIAM f . 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
172 acres 





WATTS, BEN 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
35 1 acres 



WEAVER, WILLIAM & IDA 



Nebo 
62 acres 



487 



WEAVER, DENNIS 
Rt. 1 




Nebo 
60 acres 





WEAVER, RAYMOND 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 



WEBB, ORVILLE S, 
Star Rt. 



Pleasant Hill 
20 acres 





WEAVER, RAYMOND 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
6 7 acres 



WEBEL, ALBERT H. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
306 acres 







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WEAVER, MAD\LENE & ROSALIE DAVIS Nebo 

Rt. 1 60 acres 



WEBEL ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Chambersb urg 
40 acres 



488 




WEBEL, DAVID 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 




WEBEL, MRS. ROSS 

Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 

160 acres 




WEKL, DAVE 
Rt. 2 



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Baylis 
57 6 acres 




WEBEL. MRS. ROSS 
Rt. 1 



Chambersburg 




WEBEL, DAVE 
Rt. 2 




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WEBEL, WALTER C. 
Rt. 3 




Pittsfield 
160 acres 



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WEBEL, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
^n acres 



WEBER, EARL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
20 acres 



489 







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WEBSTER, CLYDE D. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
15 acres 



WEBSTER LTME OUARRY 



Pleasant Hill 





WEBSTER ESTATE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
240 acres 



WEBSTER, STELU 




Pleasant Hill 
270 acres 




WEBSTER, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



WEBSTER, TURNER 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
68 acres 





WEBSTER, JOHN 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
1 acre 



WEISENBERGER, GLADYS 
Rt. 1 



Hull 

120 acres 



490 









WEIR, BEATRICE 
Rt. 2 






Nebo 
40 acres 




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WELLENGRIDER, CLYDE 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
120 acres 





WEISE, GEO. 
Rt. 2 



New Canton 
390 acres 



WELLER, H. 0. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
50 acres 




WELBOURNE, WILLIAM 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 




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WELLS, JAMES H. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
17% acres 



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WELCH, MAUD 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 

90 acres 



WELLS, MAX T. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 

1215^ acres 



491 





WELLS, MAX T. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
500 acres 



WELLS, DR. RUSSELL P. 
Rt.-Star 



Pleasant Hill 
197 acres 





WELLS, MAX T. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
120 acres 



WELLS, DR. RUSSELL P. Pleasant Hill 
Star Rt. Smith Walker, Tenant 197 acres 




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WELLS, PEARL G. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
10 acres 



WELLS, DR. RUSSELL 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 



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Pleasant Hill 
1 acre 



WENDLING, CLIVE 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
50 acres 



492 





WENO-ING, CHARLES 



Griggsville 
112 acres 



WENDORFF, WILLIAM H. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
3 acres 





WENE4.ING, IRA 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
191 acres 



WEST, R. E. & MIKE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
40 acres 





WENDLING, IRA D. 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
40 acres 



WEST, R. E. & MIKE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 





WENM.ING, VICTOR 
Rt. 2 



WEST, R.E. & MIKE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



493 




WEST, R.E. & MIKE 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
66 acres 




VEIHL, LENA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 




WESTFALL, ARTHUR 
Rt. 



Valley City 
1 acre 




WHARTON, JOHN 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 







WESTLAKE, EDNA 
Rt. 1 



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Pittsfield 
120 acres 




WHARTON, JOHN 
Rt. 2 



Griggs vi 1 le 
280 acres 




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Rt. 2 



Barry 
120 acres 



494 





WHEELER, BEN 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
130 acres 



WHEELER, R. C. 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
70 acres 





WHEELER, CECIL 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
60 acres 



WHEELER, WEAVER 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
163 acres 





WHEELER, DOLA 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
100 acres 



WHEELER, WARREN 
Rt. 2 



Pearl 
40 acres 





WHEELER. I. W. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
100 acres 



WHEELER, WEAVER 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
80 acres 



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WHEELOCK, CLARENCE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
160 acres 



WHITE. CHARLIE A. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
86 acres 



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WHEELOCK, COYNE 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
255 acres 



WHITE. MRS. GEO. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 

101 acres 




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WHELLOCX, JOHN 
Rt. 1 



Hull 
130 acres 



WHITC. HARRY M. 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
140 acres 





WHIPKEY, JANE M. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
)4 acre 



rrilTE. HARRY 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 

89 acres 



496 




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WHITE, JAMES S. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



WHITMYRE, E. E. 
Rt. 2 



Pi ttsfield 
'A acre 





WHITE, MRS. JOHN F. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 

9 9A acres 



WRIGHT, ELLIOTT H. ^1;^^^"^'* 

Rt. 1-Keg. Milking Shorthorns 520 acres 




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WHITE, LEE 
Rt. 1 



Bay lis 
6 1 acres 



WRIGHT, WALDO 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
115 acres 





WHITE, BOMIRT R. 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
120 acres 



WRIOTT, WALDO 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
385 acres 



497 





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WHITAKER, ELMER 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
160 acres 



WILKINS, RUSSELL 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
200 acres 




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Rt. 2 



Baylis 
200 acres 



WILKINS, KJSSELL 
Rt. 1 



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WISMAN, WM 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
131 acres 



WIRE. CHLOE 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 





WILKINS, LAWRENCE E. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
93 acres 



WILURD, JESS 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
40 acres 



498 







WILLARD, LOREN 
Rt. 2 



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Pittsfield 
410 acres 




WILLENBURG, CLIFT 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
240 acres 





WILURD, LOREN 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 



WILLS, GLHVN W. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
188 acres 




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WILLARD, ORA L. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
210 acres 




WILLIAMS, A. CUY Pittsfield 

Rt.2-W. Lowe, Ten. -Reg. Short Horns 260 



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WILLARD, WAYNE L 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



WILLIAMS, A. CLAY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
240 acres 



499 





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WILLIAMS, A. CLAY 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 



WILLIAMS. CLAY A. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
280 acres 





WILLIAMS, ARTHUR C. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
47J4 acres 



WILLIAMS, DAVID & WAYNE 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
250 acres 





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WILLIAMSON, B. H. 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 



WILLIAMS, DAVID & WAYNE 
Rt. 1 





WILLIAMS, C. F. 

Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
92 acres 



WILLIAM, EUGENE 
Rt. 1 



New Cant en 
7'/i acres 



500 





WILLIAMSON, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
80 acres 



WILLIAMS, RAY 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
150 acres 




WILLIAMS, JOSEPH M. 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
120 acres 




WILLIAMS, RAY 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 





WILLIAMS, LEONARD J. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
80 acres 



WILLIAMS, RAY 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
240 acres 




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WILLIAMSON, MIKE 
Rt. 3 



Griggs vi lie 
237 acres 




WILLIAMS, RAY 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
160 acres 



501 





WILLIAMS, ROBERT J. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
70 acres 



WILSON, WILLIAM H. 



Valley City 
1 a ere 





WILLIAMSON, V. G. 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
340 acres 



WILLSEY, MRS. C. L. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 

50 acres 





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WILSON 

at. 1 



Baylis 
80 acres 



WILLSEY, MRS. C. 'L. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
120 acres 





WILSON, LOYD 
Rt. 2 



Baylis 
360 acres 



WILLS, LESLIE B. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



502 





WILLSEY, JACK L. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
14 acres 



WINDORFF, WILLIAM H. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
150 acres 




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WILSEY, LESTER 



Summer Hill 
90 acres 




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WINDMILLER, A. W. 
Rt. 1 



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Pleasant Hill 
123 acres 



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WINANS, CLMD F. 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



WINDMILLER, Q\LE 
Rt. 2 



Griggs ville 
167 acres 




WINANS, VINTON & LYNDEL 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
200 acres. 




WINDMILLER, DALE 
Rt.-Box 506 



Grig^sTille 
City Lot 



503 





WINDMILLER, JAKE 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
80 acres 



WINTERS, HERMAN- 



Summer Hill 
70 acres 





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WINDMILLER, WAYNE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
300 acres 




WINNER, LAWRENCE 
Rt. 9 






Barry 
160 acres 



WITOUS, WM. 
Rt. 1 



WITHUS, WM. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
160 acres 



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Pleasant Hill 
189 acres 




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WINSTON, LEROY 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



WITMYER, BEN 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
80 acres 



504 





WIHY, J. M. 
Bt. 1 



Nebo 
172 acres 



WOODRUFF, MAGGIE 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
44 acres 





WISE, W. J. 
Rt. 1 



Barry 
140 acres 



WOODWARD, GHOVER CLEVELAND 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
80 acres 





WYATT, HIRSCHEL W. 
Rt. 1 



Berry 
l!i acres 



WOOLPOLK, EDGAR S. 
Rt. 2 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 




WOOIX.OCK, ALBERTA 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
120 acres 




WOOL FOLK. NEVA K. 
Rt. 2 




Pleasant Hill 
78 acres 



505 





WOLF ESTATC 
Rt. 1 



Pearl 
369 acres 



WOMBLES, LEE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
157 acres 





WCMBLE, ALLIE F. 
Rt. 



Reck Port 
2 acres 



WOMBLE. LEE 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
80 acres 





WOMBLE, GLEN A. 
Rt. 3 



Griggsvil le 
93 acres 



WOMBLES, FLOYD 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 

3 52 acres 




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WOMBLES, GLEN 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
200 acres 



WOMBLE, WOODROW 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
1% acres 



506 





WOMELE, WILLIAM S. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
2 7 acres 



YAEGER, FRED A. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 

90 acres 





WOODS, 


DALE E. 


Baylis 


VIAEGER. 


MAY & NELLIE 


Nebo 


Rt. 1 




90 acres 


Rt. 1 




226 acres 





WOOD, GEORGE R. 
Rt. 1 



New Canton 
160 acres 



YAKLEY, ELMER 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
SO acres 



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WORTOINGTON, MORRISON 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
314 acres 



YAKLEY, ELMER 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



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YAKLEY, ELMER W. 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
50 acres 



YATES, MARGARET (MRS.) Griggsville 

Rt.l-David Bennett, Jr. Tenant 10 yrs. 





YAKLEY, ESSIE M. 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
240 acres 



YATES, MARGARET (MRS.) Griggsville 

Rt.lDavid EJennett, Jr. Tenant 540 acres 






YATES, MARGARET 
Rt. 1 



Griggsville 
175 acres 



YEHGJLE, FRANK 
Rt. 1 



Chambers burg 
AO acres 





YACKLEY, JOE & LYNDLE 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
345 acres 



YECXLEY, JOE & LYNDLE 
Rt. 1 



New Salem 
160 acres 



508 





YELLIOTT. GEO. 
Rt. 



Milton 
% acre 



YOKEM, HENRY 
Rt. 1 



Rock Port 
180 acres 



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YELLIOTT, WM. 
Rt. 1 



Pittsfield 
208 acres 



YOKEM, WM. C. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
1000 acres 




YOAKUM, FRIEDA 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
150 acres 




YOKEM, WM. C. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 



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YOAKUM, FRIEDA 
Rt. 2 



Barry 
160 acres 



VOSHALL, TOELMA 
Rt. 3 



Pittsfield 
160 acres 



509 





YOUNCMEYER, A. W. Baylis 

Rt.2-Loren Waters-Reg. Shorthorns 221 acres 



ZIMMERMAN BROS. 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
100 acres 





ZIMMERMAN, MI LEY 
Rt. 2 



Perry 



ZUMWALT, DAVID H. 
Rt. 2 



Nebo 
3 acres 





ZIMMERMAN, MILBY 
Rt. 2 



Griggsville 
279 acres 



ZUMWALT, GILBERT I. 
Rt. 2 



Rock Port 
80 acres 





ZIMMERMAN, ROSS 
Rt. 1 



Baylis 
i5 acres 



ZUMWALT, HAL 
Rt. 1 



Nebo 
200 acres 



510 





ZUMMALT, KENNETH 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
102 acres 



ZUMWALT, MABEL 
Rt. 2 



Pittsfield 
191i acres 



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ZUNWALT, RHOBIE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



ZUNWALT, RHOBIE 
Rt. 1 



Pleasant Hill 
80 acres 



511 



WILLIAM G. STRATTON 
Governor 

Born at Ingelside in Lake County 
on February 26, 1914 



PAST GOVERNORS OF ILLINOIS 



Name 



Shadracli Bond. Dem 

Edward Coles. Dera 

Ninian Edwards. Dem^ 

John Reynolds. Dem^ 

William L. D. Ewing. Dem^ 

Joseph Duncan, Dem 

Thomas Carlin, Dem 

Thomas Ford. Dem 

Augustus C. French, Dem*. 

Joel Aldrich Matteson, Dem 

WilUam H. Bissell, RepS 

John Wood. Rep 

Richard Yates, Rep 

Richard J. Oglesby. Rep 

John M. Palmer, Rep 

Richard J. Oglesby, Rep^... 
John L. Beveridge, Rep 

Shelby Moore CuUom, Rep^ 

John M. Hamilton, Rep 

Richard J. Oglesby, Rep 

Joseph W. Filer, Rep _. 

John P. Altgeld, Dem 

John R. Tanner, Rep __ 

Richard Yates, Rep 

Charles S. Deneen, Rep 

Edward F. Dunne, Dem 

Frank O. Lowden, Rep 

Len Small, Rep 

Louis L. Emmerson, Rep 

Henry Horner, Dem^ 

John H. Stelle, Dem_ 

Dwight H. Green, Rep 

Adlai E. Stevenson, Dem 



Date 

of birth 



Nov. 24, 
Dec. 15, 
Mar. 17, 
Feb. 26, 
Aug. 31, 
Feb. 22, 
July 18, 
Dec. 5, 

Aug. 2, 

Aug. 8, 
Apr. 25. 
Dec. 20, 
Jan. 18, 
July 25, 
Sept. 13, 
July 25, 
July 6, 

Nov. 22, 

May 28, 

July 25, 

Oct. 28, 

Dec. 30, 

Apr. 4, 

Dec. 12, 

May 4, 1863 

Oct. 12 
Jan. 26 

June 16 

Dec. 27 



Nov. 30. 
Aug. 10, 
Jan. 9, 
Feb. 5, 



1773 
1786 
1775 
1788 
1795 
1794 
1789 
1800 

1808 

1808 
1811 
1798 
1815 
1824 
1817 
1824 
1824 

1829 

1847 
1824 
1840 
1847 
1844 
1860 



1853 
1861 



1862 
1863 



1879 
1891 
1897 
1900 



Place of birth 



Frederickstown, Md 

Albermarle County. Va... 
Montgomery County, Md 
Montgomery County, Pa- 
Logan County, Ky 

Paris, Ky 

Fayette County, Ky 

Uniontown. Pa 

Hill, N. H .i 

Watcrtown, N. Y 

Painted Post. N. Y 

Moravia, N. Y 

Warsaw. Ky _ 

Oldham County. Ky 

Eagle Creek. Ky 

Oldham County, Ky 

Greenwich, N. Y 

Wayne County, Ky 

Union County, Ohio 

Oldham County, Ky 

Staunton, Va 

Felters, Germany 

Warrick, County, Ind 

Jacksonville 

Edwardsville 

Waterville, Conn 

Sunrise, Minn 

Kankakee 

Albion 

Chicago 

McLeans bo ro 

Ligonier, Ind 

Los Angeles, Calif 



Inaugurated 



Oct. 6 
Dec. 5 
Dec. 6 
Dec. 6 
Nov. 17 
Dec. 3 
Dec. 7 
Dec. 9 

/Dec. 8 

(Jan. 8 
Jan. 10 
Jan. 12, 
Mar. 21 
Jan. 14 
Jan. 16, 
Jan. 11 
Jan. 13 
Jan. 23 

fJan. 

IJan. 
Feb, 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

fJan. 

\Jan. 
Feb. 
Jan. 

/Jan. 

\Jan. 12 
Jan. 14 

/Jan. 9 

IJan. 4 
Oct 
Jan 
Jan 
Jan. 10 



13, 



1818 

1822 

1826 

1830 

1834 

1.834 

1838 

1842 

18461 

1849/ 

1853 

1857 

1860 

1861 

1865 

1869 

1873 

1873 

18771 

1881/ 

1883 

1885 

1889 

1893 

1897 

1901 

19051 

1909/ 

1913 

1917 

19211 

1925/ 

1929 

19331 

1937/ 

1940 

19411 

1945/ 

1949 



From what 
county 



St. Clair.. 
Madison... 
Madison... 
St. Clair.. 

Fayette 

Morgan 

Greene 

Ogle 

Crawford.. 

Will 

Monroe 

Adams 

Morgan 

Macon 

Macoupin. 

Macon 

Cook 



Sangamon. 

McLean 

Macon 

McLean 

Cook 

Clay 

Morgan 

Cook 

Cook 

Ogle........ 

Kankakee.. 

JefFei-son — 

Cook.. 

Hamilton.. 

Cook 

Lake 



Date 
of death 



Apr. 12, 

July 7, 

July 20, 

May 8, 

Mar. 25, 

Jan, 15, 

Feb. 14, 

Nov. 3, 

Sept. 4, 

Jan. 31, 

Mar. 18, 

June II, 

Nov. 27, 

Apr. 24, 

Sept. 25, 

Apr. 24, 

May 3, 

Jan. 28, 

Sept. 23, 

Apr. 24, 

Aiig. 6, 

Mar. 12, 

May 23, 

Apr. 11. 

Feb. 5. 

May 24, 

Mar. 20, 

May 17, 

Feb. 4. 

Oct. 6, 



1832 
1868 
1833 
1865 
1846 
1844 
1852 
1850 

1864 

1873 
1860 
1880 
1873 
1899 
1900 
1899 
1910 

1914 

1905 
1899 
1938 
1902 
1901 
1936 
1940 

1937 
1943 

1936 

1941 

1940 



Place of death 



Kaskaskia 

Philadelphia 

Belleville 

BelleviUe 

Springfield 

Jacksonville 

Carroll ton 

Peoria 

Lebanon 

Chicago 

Springfield 

Quincy 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Elkhart 

Springfield 

Elkhart 

Hollywood, Calif 

Washington 

Chicago 

Elkhart 

Bloomington 

Joliet 

Springfield 

Springfield 

Chicago 

Chicago 
Tucson, Ariz. 

Kankakee 

Mt. Vernon 

Winnetka 



1 Territorial governor, 1809-1818. 2 Governor Reynolds resigned November 17, 1834, to become representative in Congress; succeeded by William L. D. Ew: 
* W. L. D. Ewing was acting Lieutenent Governor and became Governor during the interim between Governor John Reynold's resignation and election to Congress 
the election of Governor Joseph Duncan. * Governor French was re-elected under the Constitution of 1848. * Governor Bissell dies March 18. I860: succeeded by J 
Wood, Lieutenant Governor. ^ Governor Oglesby resigned January 23. 1S73. to become U.S. Senator; succeeded by John L. Beveridge. Lieutenant Governor. ^ C 
ernor Cullom resigned February 8, 1883, to become U.S. Senator; succeeded by John M. Hamilton, Lieutenant Governor. ^ Governor Horner died October 6, 1 
succeeded by John H. Stelle, Lieutenant Governor. 



512 



LEGAL HOLIDAYS IN ILLINOIS 

NEW YEAR' S DAY January 1 

LINCOLN' S BIRTHDAY February 12 

WASHINGTON' S BI RTHDAY February 22 

G30D FRI DAY Friday immedi ately 

before Easter Sun- 
day each year 

MEMORIAL DAY May 30 

INDEPENDENCE DAY July 4 

LABOR DAY First Monday in 

September 

OOLUMBOS DAY October 12 

ARMI STI CE DAY November 11 

THANiSGIHNG DAY The day being recom- 
mended by the Gover- 
nor or by the Presi- 
dent of the U.. S. 

CHRISTMAS DAY December 25 

ELECTION DAY Election of Members 

of General Assembly 
(even number years only) 

When such holiday fall on Sunday, the Monday next 
following shall be held and considered such holiday 



513 



PLACES IN U. S. A. OF 25,000 AND OVER 

1950 Census 

Redondo Beach 25,226 
Redwood City. 25,544 
Richmond .... 99,545 

Riverside 46,764 

Sacramento . . . 137,572 
San Bernardino 63,058 

San Diego 334,387 

San Francisco. 775,357 

San Jose 95,280 

San Leandro . . 27,542 
San Mateo. . . . 41,782 
Santa Ana .... 45,533 
Santa Barbara 44,913 
Santa Monica. 71,595 

South Gate 51,116 

Stockton 70,853 

Torrance 31,834 

Vallejo 26,038 

Whittier 29,265 

COLORADO 
Colorado 

Springs 45,472 

Denver 415,786 

Pueblo 63,685 

CONNECTICUT 
Bridgeport. , . .158,709 

Bristol 35,961 

East Hartford . 29,933 

Fairfield 30,489 

Greenwich .... 40,835 

Hamden 29,715 

Hartford 177,397 

Manchester... 34,116 

Meriden 44,088 

Middletown.. . 29,711 

Milford 26,870 

New Britain... 73,726 
New Haven . . . 164,443 
New London . . 30,551 
Norwalk 49.460 



ALABAMA 

Anniston 31,066 

Bessemer 28,445 

Birmingham.. .326,037 

Gadsden 55,725 

Mobile 129,009 

Montgomery. .106,525 

Tuscaloosa .... 46,396 

ARIZONA 

Phoenix 106,818 

Tucson 45,454 

ARKANSAS 

Fort Smith 47,942 

Hot Springs.. . 29,307 
Little Rock . . . 102,213 
North Little 

Rock 44,097 

Pine Bluff. . . . 37,162 
CALIFORNIA 

Alameda 64,430 

Alhambra 51,359 

Arcadia 28,733 

Bakersfield 34,784 

Berkeley 113,805 

Beverly Hills. . 29,032 

Burbank 78,577 

Compton 55,645 

E. Bakersfield . 38,177 

Fresno 91,669 

Glendale 95,702 

Huntington Pk. 29,450 
Inglewood .... 46,185 
Long Beach . . . 250,767 
Los Angeles. 1,970,358 

Lynwood 25,823 

Oakland 384,575 

Ontario 26,279 

Palo Alto 25,475 

Pasadena 104,577 

Pomona 35,405 



19Se Census 

Muncie 58,479 

New Albany. . 29,346 
Richmond .... 39,539 
South Bend. . .115,911 
Terre Haute... 64,214 



IOWA 

Burlington. . . . 

Cedar Rapids. 
Clinton ...... 

Council Bluffs^ 
Davenport. . . . 

Des Moines . . . 

Dubuque 

Fort Dodge . . . 
Iowa City. . . . ? 
Mason City . . . 

Ottumwa 

Sioux City . . . . 
Waterloo 



30,613 
72,296 
30,379 
45,429 
74,549 
177,965 
49,671 
25,115 
27,212 
27,980 
33,631 
83,991 
65,198 



KANSAS 

Hutchinson. . . 33,575 
Kansas City.. .129,553 

Salina 26,176 

Topeka 78,791 

Wichita 168,279 

KENTUCKY 

Ashland 31,131 

Covington .... 64,452 

Lexington 55,534 

LouisviUe 369,129 

Newport 31,044 

Owensboro. . 33,651 
Paducah 32,828 

LOUISIANA 
Alexandria. . . . 34,913 
Baton Rouge . . 125,629 

Lafayette 33,541 

Lake Charles. . 41,272 

Monroe 38,572 

New Orleans. .570,445 
Shreveport 127,206 



MAINE 

Bangor 31,558 

Lewiston 40,974 

Portland 77.634 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 949,708 

Cumberland. . . 37,679 
Hagerstown. . . 36,260 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Arlington 44,353 

Belmont 27,381 

Beverly 28,884 

Boston 801,444 

Brockton. . . . 62,860 

Brookline 57,589 

Cambridge 120,740 

Chelsea 38,912 

Chicopee 49,211 

Everett 45,982 

Fall River 111,963 

Fitchburg 42,691 

Framingham. , 28,086 
Gloucester.... 25,167 

HaverhiU 47,280 

Holyoke 54,661 

Lawrence 80,536 

Lowell 97,249 

Lynn 99,738 

Maiden • 59,804 

Medford 66,113 

Melrose 26,988 

New Bedford. 109,189 

Newton 81,994 

Northampton.. 29,063 

Pittsfield 53,348 

Quincy 83,835 

Revere 36,763 

Salem 41,880 

Somerville .... 102,351 
Springfield .... 162,399 
Taunton 40,109 



1950 Census 

Stamford 74,293 

Stratford 33,428 

Torrington 27,820 

Waterbury 104,477 

West Hartford. 44,402 
West Haven.. . 32,010 

DELAWARE 
Wilmington. . .110,356 

DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA 

Washington. . .802,178 

FLORIDA 

Daytona Beach 30,187 
Ft. Lauderdale. 36,328 
Gainesville.. . . 26,861 
Jacksonville. . 204,517 

Key West 26,433 

Lakeland 30,851 

Miami 249,276 

Miami Beach.. 46,282 

Orlando 52,367 

Panama City.. 25,814 

Pensacola 43,479 

St. Petersburg . 96,738 
Tallahassee . . . 27,237 

Tampa 124,681 

W. Palm Beach 43,162 

GEORGIA 

Albany 31,155 

Athens 28,180 

Atlanta 331,314 

Augusta 71,508 

Columbus 79,611 

La Grange. . . 25,025 

Macon 70,252 

Rome 29,615 

Savannah 119,638 

IDAHO 

Boise City .... 34,393 
Pocatello 26,131 



ILLINOIS 

Alton 32,550 

Aurora 50,576 

BelleviUe 32,721 

Berwyn 51,280 

Bloomington . . 34,163 
Champaign . . . 39,563 

Chicago 3,620,962 

Cicero 67,544 

Danville 37,864 

Decatur 66,269 

East St. Louis . 82,295 

Elgin 44,223 

Evanston 73,641 

Galesburg 31,425 

Granite City . . 29,465 

Joliet 51,601 

Kankakee... . 25,856 

Maywood 27,473 

Moiine 37,397 

Oak Park 63,529 

Peoria 111,856 

Quincy 41,450 

Rockford 92,927 

Rock Island.. . 48,710 

Springfield 81,628 

Waukegan .... 38,946 
INDIANA 

Anderson 46,820 

Bloomington . . 28,163 
East Chicago. . 54,263 

Elkhart 35,646 

Evansville .... 128,636 
Fort Wayne. . . 133,607 

Gary 133,911 

Hammond .... 87,594 
Indianapolis. . . 427,173 

Kokomo 38,672 

Lafayette 35,568 

Marion 30,081 

Michigan City 28,395 
Mishawaka . . . 32,913 



1950 Census 

Waltham 47,187 

Watertown 37,329 

Weymouth 32,690 

Worcester 203,486 

MICHIGAN 

Ann Arbor 48,251 

Battle Creek . . 48,666 

Bay City 52,523 

Dearborn 94,994 

Detroit. . . . 1,849,568 

Ferndale 29,675 

Flint 163,143 

Grand Rapids. 176,515 
Hamtramck. . . 43,355 
Highland Park. 46,393 

Jackson 51,088 

Kalamazoo. . . . 57,704 

Lansing 92,129 

Lincoln Park . . 29,310 
Muskegon .... 48,429 

Pontiac 73,681 

Port Huron . . . 35,725 

Royal Oak 46,898 

Saginaw 92,918 

Wyandotte. . . . 36,846 

MINNESOTA 

Duluth 104,511 

Minneapolis. . .521,718 

Rochester 29,885 

St. Cloud 28,410 

St. Paul 311,349 

Winona 25,031 

MISSISSIPPI 

BUoxi 37,425 

Greenville 29,936 

Hattiesburg . . . 29,474 

Jackson 98,271 

Laurel 25,038 

Meridian 41,893 

Vicksburg 27,948 



MISSOURI 

Columbia 31,994 

Independence. . 39,963 
Jefferson City. . 25,099 
Jophn 38,711 

Kansas City. . .456,622 

St. Joseph 78,588 

St. Louis 856,796 

Springfield 66,731 

University City 39,892 
MONTANA 

Billings 31,834 

Butte 33,251 

Great Falls 39,214 

NEBRASKA 

Lincoln 98,884 

Omaha 251,117 

NEVADA 
Reno 32,497 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Concord 27,988 

Manchester. . . 82,732 

Nashua 34,669 

NEW JERSEY 
Atlantic City . . 61,657 

Bayonne 77,203 

BellevUle 32,019 

Bloomfield 49,307 

Camden 124,555 

Chfton 64,511 

East Orange. . . 79,340 

Elizabeth 112,817 

Garfield 27,550 

Hackensack. . . 29,219 

Hamilton 41,156 

Hoboken 50,676 

Irvington 59,201 

Jersey City 299,017 

Kearny 39,952 

Linden 30,644 

Maplewood . . . 25,201 
Montclair 43,927 



514 



1950 Census 

Newark 438,776 

New Brunswick 38,811 
North Bergen. . 41,560 

Nutley 26,992 

Orange 38,037 

Passaic 57,702 

Paterson 139,336 

Perth Amboy.. 41,330 

Plainfield 42,366 

Teaneck 33,772 

Trenton 128,009 

Union 38,004 

Union City 55,537 

W. New York.. 37,683 
West Orange. 28,605 
Woodbridge. . . 35,758 

NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque. . 96,815 

RosweU 25.738 

Santa Fe 27,998 

' NEW YORK 

Albany 134,995 

Amsterdam . . . 32,240 

Auburn 36,722 

Binghamton... 80,674 

Buffalo 580,132 

Ehnira 49,716 

Hempstead.... 29,135 

Ithaca 29,257 

Jamestown. . . . 43,354 

Kingston 28,817 

Lackawanna . . 27,658 

Lockport 25,133 

Mt. Vernon. . . 71,899 

Newburgh 31,956 

NewRocheUe.. 59,725 
N. Y. City ..7,891,957 
Niagara Falls. . 90,872 
Poughkeepsie. . 41,023 

Rochester 332,488 

Rome 41.682 



-continued 

Schenectady. . . 91,785 

Syracuse 220,583 

Troy 72,311 

Utica 101,531 

Valley Stream . 26,854 

Watertown 34,350 

White Plains. . 43,466 
Yonkers 152,798 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AshevUIe 53,000 

Charlotte 134,042 

Durham 71,311 

Fayetteville . . . 34,715 

Greensboro 74,389 

High Point 39,973 

Kannapolis . . . . 28,448 

Raleigh 65,679 

Rocky Mount. 27,697 
Wilmington . . . 45,043 
Winston-Salem 87,811 

NORTH DAKOTA 

Fargo 38,256 

Grand Forks. . 26,836 
OHIO 

Akron 274,605 

Alliance 26,161 

Barberton 27,820 

Canton 116,912 

Cincinnati. . . .503,998 

Cleveland 914,808 

Cleveland 

Heights 59,141 

Columbus 375,901 

Cuyahoga Falls 29,195 

Dayton 243,872 

East Cleveland 40,047 

Elyria 30,307 

Euclid 41,396 

Hamilton 57,951 

Lakewood 68,071 

T.ima 50,246 



1950 Census 

Austin 132,459 

Beaumont 94,014 

Brownsville . . . 36,066 
Corpus Christi.108,287 

Dallas 434,462 

El Paso 130,485 

Fort Worth... .278,778 

Galveston 66,568 

Houston 596,163 

Laredo 51,910 

Lubbock 71,747 

Odessa 29,495 

Port Arthur. . . 57,530 
San Angelo. . . . 52,093 
San Antonio. . . 408,442 

Temple 25,467 

Tyler 38,968 

Waco 84,706 

Wichita Falls. . 68,042 
UTAH 

Ogden 57,112 

Provo 28,937 

Salt Lake City. 182,121 

VERMONT 
Burlington 33,155 

VIRGINIA 
Alexandria.... 61,738 
Charlottesville. 25,969 

DanviUe 35,066 

Lynchburg 47,727 

Newport News. 42,358 

Norfolk 213,513 

Petersburg .... 35,054 
Portsmouth . . . 80,039 

Richmond 230,310 

Roanoke 91,921 

WASHINGTON 

Bellingham 34,112 

Bremerton .... 27,678 

Everett 33,849 

Seattle 467.591 



Spokane 161,721 

Tacoma 143,673 

Vancouver.... 41,664 
Yakima 38,486 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Charleston. . . . 73,501 

Clarksburg 32,014 

Fairmont 29,346 

Huntington . . . 86,353 
Morgantown . . 25,525 
Parkersburg.. . 29,684 

Wheeling 58,891 

WISCONSIN 

Appleton 34,010 

Beloit 29,590 

Eau Claire .... 36,058 
Fond du Lac. . . 29,936 

Green Bay 52,735 

Kenosha 54.368 

La Crosse 47,535 

Madison 96,056 

Manitowoc 27,598 

Milwaukee. . . .637,392 

Oshkosh 41,084 

Racine 71,193 

Sheboygan 42,365 

Superior (city) 35.325 

Wausau 30,414 

Wauwatosa . . . 33,324 

WestAUis 42,959 

WYOMING 
Cheyenne. .... 31,935 
U. S. TERRITORIES 

Alaska 128,643 

American 

Samoa 18,937 

Canal Zone 52,822 

Guam 59,498 

Hawaii 499,795 

Puerto Rico. 2,210,703 
Virgin Islands . 26,665 



1950 Census 

Lorain 51,202 

Mansfield 43,564 

Marion 33,817 

Massillon 29,594 

Middletown . . 33,695 

Newark 34,275 

Norwood 35,001 

Parma 28,897 

Portsmouth . . . 36,798 

Sandusky 29,375 

Shaker Heights 28,222 

Springfield 78,508 

Steubenville. . . 35.872 

Toledo 303,616 

Warren 49,856 

Youngstown. . . 168,330 
Zanesville 40.517 

OKLAHOMA 

Enid 36,017 

Lawton 34.757 

Miiskogee 37,289 

Norman 27,006 

Oklahoma City243,504 
Tulsa 182,740 

OREGON 

Eugene 35,879 

Portland 373,628 

Salem 43,140 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Aliquippa 26,132 

Allentown 106.756 

Altoona 71.177 

Bethlehem 66,340 

Chester 66,039 

Easton 35,632 

Erie 130,803 

Harrisburg 89.544 

Hazleton 35,491 

Johnstown 63,232 

Lancaster 63,774 

Lebanon 28,156 



McKeesport. . . 51,502 

Newcastle 48,834 

New Kens'gton 25,146 

Norristown 38,126 

Philadelphia . 2,071,605 

Pittsburgh 676,806 

Reading 109,320 

Scranton 125.536 

Sharon 26,454 

Washington . . . 26,280 
Wilkes-Barre.. 76,826 
Wilkinsburg. . . 31,418 
WiUiamsport . . 45,047 
York 59,953 

RHODE ISLAND 

Cranston 55,060 

East Providence35,871 

NewiKjrt 37,564 

Pawtucket. . . . 81,436 

Providence 248,674 

Warwick 43,028 

Woonsocket. . . 50,211 
SOUTH CAROLINA 

Charleston 70.174 

Columbia 86,914 

Greenville..... 58,161 

Spartanburg. . . 36,795 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

Rapid City 25,310 

Sioux Falls 52,696 

TENNESSEE 
Chattanooga. .131.041 

Jackson 30,207 

Johnson City. . 27,864 

KnoxviUe 124,769 

Memphis 396,000 

Nashville 174,307 

Oak Ridge . . . 30,229 
TEXAS 

Abilene 45.570 

Amarillo 74,246 



Weather Bureau 

Explanation of Flag Signals. 



No. 1. 
White Flag. 

Clear or Fair 

No. 2. 

Blue Flag. 

is 

Rain or Snow. 

No. 3. 

White and 

Blue Flag. 

u 

Local Rains. 

No. 4. 
Black Trian- 
gular Flag. 

Temperature. 

No. 5. 

White Flag. 

Black Centre. 

fa 

Cold Wave. 



No. 1, alone, indicates fair 

weather, stationary temper- 
ature. 
No. 2, alone, indicates rain or 

snow, stationary temper- 
ature. 
No. 3, alone, indicates local rain, 

Btationarj' temperature. 
No. 1, with No. 4 above it, 

indicates fair weather, 

warmer. 
No. 1, with No. 4 below it. 

indicates fair weather, colder. 
No. 2, with No. 4 above it, 

indicates wanner weather, 

rain or snow. 
No. 2, with No. 4 below it, 

indicates colder weather, 

rain or snow. 
No. 3, with No. 4 above it, 

indicates warmer weather, 

with local rains. 
No. 3, with No. 4 below it, 

indicates colder weather, 

with local rains. 
No. 1, with No. 6 above it, 

indicates fair weather, cold 

wave. 
No. 2. with No. 5 above it, 

indicates wet weather, cold 

wave. 
Forecasts made at 10 a.m., and 

displayed between 12 and 1 

p.m., forecast the weather 

for the following day until 

8 p.m. 



515 



Roster of State Officers 



UNITED STATES SENATORS FROM ILLINOIS 



Name 


Term 
of service 


Residence 


Remarks 


Ninian Edwards, Dem 


1818-1819 

1818-1823 

1819-1824 

1823-1829 

1824-1825. 

1825-1831 

1829-1830 

Nov. 12-Dec. 

11, 1830 

1830-1835 

1831-1835 

1835-1841. 

1835-1837 

1837-1843 

1841-1843 

1843-1849 

1843-1847 

1847-1853 

1849-1855 

1853-1859 

1855-1861 

1859-1861. 

1861-1867 

1861-1863 

1863-1865 

1865-1871 

1867-1873 

1871-1877 

1873-1879. 

1877-1883 

1879-1885 

1883-1889 

1885-1886 

1887-1891 

1889-1895 

1891-1897 

1895-1901 

1897-1903 

1901-1907 

1903-1909 

1907-1913 

1909-1912 

1913-1919 

1913-1915 

1915-1921 

1919-1925 

1921-1927 

1925-1931 

1927- 


Kaskaskia 

Kaskaskia 

EdwardsviUe.. 
Edwards viUe.. 
Shawnee town.. 

Kaskaskia 

ShawneetowtL. 

Kaskaskia 

Carmi... 




Jesse B. Thomas, Dem 




Ninian Edwards, Dpm 


Own successor. Resigned 1824. 
Own successor. 


Jesse B. Thomas, Dem 


John McLean, Dem 




Elias Kent Kane, Dem.. . 


To succeed McLean. 


John McLean, Dem.. 


Died Oct 14. 1830. 


David J. Baker, Dem 




John M. Robinson, Dem 


Appointed, vice McLean, deceased. 
To succeed Baker. 


Elias Kent Kane, Dem 


Kaskaskia 

Carmi 


Own successor. Died Dec. 12 1835. 


John M. Robinson, Dem 


Own successor. 


William L. D. Ewing. Dem 

Richard M. Young, Dem 

Samuel McRoberts, Dem 

Sidney Breese, Dem 


VandaUa 

Jonesboro 

Waterloo 

Carlyle... 

Alton 


Vice Kane, deceased. 

To succeed Ewing. 

Vice Robinson. Died Mar. 22, 1843. 


James Semple, Dem 


Appointed, \'ice McRoberts deceased. 


Stephen A. Douglas, Dem 

James Shields, Dem 


Quincy 

Springfield 

Chicago. 

BeUevUle 

Chicago 

Chicago 

Quincy 

Quincy... 

JacksonviUe... 

Chicago 

Chicago. 

Decatur 

Bloomington.. 

Chicago 

Springfield 

Chicago 

Chicago 

Springfield 

Springfield 

Springfield 

Chicago. 

Springfield 

Aurora 

Springfield 

Chicago 

Chicago 

Springfield 

Springfield 

Chicago 

Champaign 

Chicago 

Dwight 

M urp hysboro.. 

Chicago 

Beards town... 

Chicago 

Havana. 

Chicago 

Chicago 

Chicago. 

Havana.. 

Chicago 

Pekin 


To succeed Semple. 
To succeed Breese. 


Stephen A. Douglas, Dem 

L. Trumbull, Anti-Neb., Dem. 

Stephen A. Douglas, Dem 

Lyman, Trumbull, Rep 

OrviUe H. Browning, Rep 

William A. Richardson, Dem... 
Richard Yates, Rep 


Own successor. 

To succeed Shields. 

Own successor. Died June 3, 1861. 

Own successor. 

.Appointed, vice Douglas. 

To succeed Browning. 


Lyman Trumbull, Rep... . 


Own successor. 


John \. Logan. Rep 


To succeed Yates. 


Richard J. Oglesby, Rep 

David Davis, Ind ... 


To succeed TrumbuU. 
To succeed Logan. 


John A. Logan, Rep.. 


To succeed Oglesby. 


Shelby M. CuUom, Rep 

John A. Logan, Rep 


To succeed Davis. 
Died Dec. 26. 1886. 


Charles B. Farwell, Rep 

Shelby M. Cullom, Rep 

John M. Palmer, Dem 


Vice ibgan .deceased. 
To succeed himself. 
To succeed FarweU. 


Shelby M. CuUom, Rep 

William E. Mason, Rep 


To succeed himself. 
To succeed Palmer. 


Shelby M. CuUom, Rep 

Albert J. Hopkins, Rep 

Shelby M. CuUom. Rep 

•WiUiam Lorimer, Rep. 


To succeed himself. 
To succeed Mason. 
To succeed himself. 
To succeed Hopkins. 


James Hamilton Lewis, Dem... 

Lawrence Y. Sherman, Rep 

Lawrence Y. Sherman, Rep 

MediU McCormick, Rep 

WiUiam B. McKinley, Rep 

Charles S. Deneen, Rep 

tFrank L. Smith, Rep 


To succeed CuUom. 
In place of Lorimer. 
To succeed himself. 
To succeed Lewis. 
To succeed Sherman. 
To succeed McCormick. 
To succeed McKinley. 


Otis F. Glenn, Rep 


1928-1933 

1931-1937. 

1933-1939 

1937-1939 

1939-1945 

1939-1940 

1940-1943 

1943-1949 

1945-1951 

1949-1955 

1951-1957 


In place of Frank L. Smith. 


James Hamilton Lewis. Dem... 

WUliam H. Dieterich. Dem 

James Hamilton Lewis, Dem... 
Scott W. Lucas, Dem 


To succeed Deneen. 
To succeed Glenn. 
Died April 9, 1939. 
To succeed Dieterich. 


James M. Slattery, Dem 

C. Wayland Brooks, Rep 

C. Wayland Brooks, Rep 

Scott W. Lucas. Dem 


Appointed; vice Lewis, deceased. 
Elected to fiU Lewis term. 


Paul H. Douglas, Dem 




Everett McKinley Dirksen, Rep. 











• Unseated, election being declared iUegal by Senate. 
■ t Refused his seat by action of the Senate. 



516 



States: Capitals, Settled, 
Entry into Union 



PRESIDENTS 
OF THE UNITED STATES 



State 



Ala 

Ariz. . . . 
Ark. . . . 

Cal 

Colo. . . 
Conn. . 

Del 

Fla 

Ga. . . 
Idaho . . 

Ill 

Ind 

Iowa . . . 

Kan 

Ky 

La 

Me 

Md.... 
Mass.. . 
Mich. . . 
Minn.. . 
Miss. . . 

Mo 

Mont. . 



Capital 



Montgomery. . 

Phoenix 

Little Rock.. . 
Sacramento. . . 

Denver 

Hartford 

Dover 

Tallahassee . . . 

Atlanta 

Boise 

Springfield .... 
Indianapolis. . 
Des Moines. . . 

Topeka 

Frankfort 

Baton Rouge. . 

Augusta 

Annapolis .... 

Boston 

Lansing 

St. Paul 

Jackson 

Jefferson City. 
Helena 



Set- 
tled 



1702 
1848 
1785 
1769 
1858 
1635 
1638 
1565 
1733 
1842 
1720 
1733 
1788 
1727 
1774 
1699 
1624 
1634 
1620 
1668 
1805 
1699 
1764 
1809 



Entered 
Union 



1819. 
1912. 
1836, 
1850. 
1876. 
1788, 
1787, 
1845. 
1788, 
1890, 
1818. 
1816, 
1846, 
1861, 
1792, 
1812, 
1820, 
1788, 
1788, 
1837, 
1858, 
1817, 
1821, 
1889, 



Dec. 14 
Feb. 14 
June 15 
Sept. 9 
Aug. 1 
Jan. 9 
Dec. 7 
Mar. 3 
Jan. 2 
July 3 
Dec. 3 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 28 
Jan. 29 
June 1 
Apr. 30 
Mar. 15 
Apr. 28 
Feb. 6 
Jan. 26 
May 11 
Dec. 10 
Aug. 10 
Nov. 8 



NAME 


Bom 


[Ring. 


Died 


Nitire 


Pirty 


George Washington 


1732 


1789 


1799 


Va. 


Fd. 


John Adams 


1735 


1797 


1820 


Mass. 


Kd. 


Thomas Jefferson . . 


1743 


1801 


1826 


Va. 


D-R 


James Madison ... 


1751 


1809 


1836 


Va. 


D-R 


James Monroe 


175S 


1817 


1831 


Va. 


D-R 


John Quincy Adams 


1767 


1825 


1848 


Mass. 


CI. 


Andrew Jackson . . . 


1767 


1829 


1845 


S.C. 


D. 


Martin Van Bnren. 


1782 


1837 


1802 


N.Y. 


D. 


WilliamH. Harrison. 


1773 


1841 


1841 


Va. 


W. 


John Tyler 


1790 


1841 


1862 


Va. 


W. 


James K. Polk 


1795 


1845 


1849 


N.C. 


D. 


Zachary Taylor. . . . 


1784 


1849 


1850 


Va. 


W. 


Millard Fillmore. . . 


1800 


1850 


1874 


N.Y. 


W. 


Franklin Pierce .... 


1804 


1853 


1809 


N.H. 


D. 


James Buchanan. . . 


1791 


1857 


1868 


Pa. 


D. 


Abraham Lincoln . . 


1809 


1861 


1805 


Kv. 


R. 


Andrew Johnson. . . 


1808 


1865 


1875 


N.C. 


R. 


Ulysses S. Grant. . . 


1822 


1809 


1885 


Ohio 


R. 


Rutherford B .Hayes 


1822 


1877 


1893 


Ohio 


R. 


James A. Garfield . . 


1831 


1881 


1881 


Ohio 


R. 


Chester A. Arthur . . 


1830 


1881 


1886 


Vt. 


R. 


Grover Cleveland . . 


1837 


1885 


1908 


N.J. 


D. 


Benjamin Harrison. 


1833 


1889 


1901 


Ohio 


R. 


Grover Cleveland . . 


1837 


1893 


1908 


N.I. 


D. 


William McKinley . 


1843 


1897 


1901 


Ohio 


R. 


Theodore Roosevelt 


1858 


1901 


1919 


N.Y. 


R. 


William H. Taft... 


1857 


1909 


1930 


Ohio 


R. 


Woodrow T. Wilson 


1856 


1913 


1924 


Va. 


D. 


Warren G. Harding. 


1865 


1921 


1923 


Ohio 


R. 


Calvin Coolidge 


1872 


1923 


1933 


Vt. 


R. 


Herbert C. Hoover . 


1874 


1929 




Iowa 


R. 


Franklin Roosevelt. 


1882 


1933 


i945 


N.Y. 


D. 


Harry S. Truman. . 


1884 


1945 




Mo. 


D. 


DwiKht Eisenhower 


1890 


1953 




Texas 


R. 



States: Capitals, Settled, 
Entry into Union 



State 



Nebr. . . 
Nev. . 
N. H.. 
N.J.... 
N.M... 
N.Y... 
N. C. . . 
N.D.... 
Ohio... 
OUa. . . 

Ore 

Pa 

R. L... 
S. C... 
S.D.... 
Tenn. . . 
Texas . . 
Utah... 

Vt 

Va. ... 
Wash... 
W.Va.. 
Wise. . 
Wyo. . . 



Capital 



Lincoln 

Carson City . . . 

Concord 

Trenton 

Santa Fe 

Albany 

Raleigh 

Bismarck 

Columbus 

Oklahoma City. 

Salem 

Harrisburg .... 
Providence .... 

Columbia 

Pierre 

Nashville 

Austin 

Salt Lake City. . 
Montpelier. . . . 
Richmond . . . 

Olympia 

Charleston . . . 

Madison 

Cheyenne. . . . 



Set- 
tled 



Entered 
Union 



1847 


1867. Mar. 1 


18.50 


1864, Oct. 31 


1623 


1788. June 21 


1664 


1787. Dec. 18 


1605 


1912, Jan. 6 


1614 


1788, July 26 


1650 


1789. Nov. 21 


1766 


1889, Nov. 2 


1788 


1803, Mar. 1 


1889 


1907, Nov. 16 


1811 


1859, Feb. 14 


1632 


1787. Dec. 12 


1630 


1790. May 29 


1670 


1788, May 23 


1856 


1889, Nov. 2 


1757 


1796, June 1 


1691 


1845, Dec. 29 


1847 


1896, Jan. 4 


1724 


1791. Mar. 4 


1607 


1788. June 26 


1811 


1889, Nov. 11 


1727 


1863. June 20 


1766 


1848, May 29 


1834 


1890, July 10 



Points of Constitutional Law. 



CongresB muBt meet at least once a year. 

Congress may admit as many new states as 
desired. 

One State cannot undo the act of another. 

By the Constitution every citizen is guaranteed 
a speedy trial by jury. 

Congress cannot pass a law to punish for a 
crime already committed. 

A person who commits a felony in one State 
cannot find refuge in another. 

Treaties with foreign powers are csaae by the 
President and ratified by the Senate. 

The territories each have a delegate to Congress 
who is allowed the privilege of debate, but not the 
right to vote. „ . 

The Vice-President, who ex-officio presides over 
the Senate has no vote in that body except in case 
a tie ballot. 

If the President holds a bill longer than ten 
days while Congress is in session it becomes a 
law without his signature. 

An act of Congress cannot become a law over 
the President's veto except on a two-thirds vote of 
both houses. 

The House of Representatives may impeach the 
President for any crime, but the Senate has che 
sole power to try all impeachments. 

Amendments to the Constitution of the United 
States require a two-third vote of each House of 
Congress, and must be ratified by at least three- 
fourths of the States. 

The President of the United States must be at 
least 35 years of age; a Senator, 30; a Congress- 
man, 25; The President must have been a resident 
of the United States fourteen years. 

A naturalized citizen is not eligible to the office 
of President of the United States. A male child 
born in a foreign land to American parents has an 
equal chance to become the President with one bom 
on American soil. 

The United States shall guarantee to eveir 
State a Republican form of government, and shall 
protect each of them against invasion, and on ap- 
plication of the Legislature or of the Executive 
(when the Legislature cannot be convened), 
against domestic trouble. 



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518 



States: Capitals, Settled, 
Entry into Union 



PRESIDENTS 
OF THE UNITED STATES 



State 



Ala 

Ariz.. . . 
Ark. . . . 

Cat 

Colo. . . 
Conn. . 

Del 

Fla 

Ga. . . 
Idaho . . 

lU 

Ind. . . . 
Iowa . . 
Kan... 

Ky 

La 

Me..-. 

Md... 

Mass.. 

Mich.. 

Minn.. 

Miss.. 

Mo.... 

Mont. 



Capital 



Montgomery . . 

Phoenix 

Little Rock.. . 
Sacramento . . . 

Denver 

Hartford 

Dover 

Tallahassee . . . 

Atlanta 

Boise 

Springfield .... 
Indianapolis. . 
Des Moines. . . 

Topeka 

Frankfort 

Baton Rouge. . 

-Augusta 

Annapolis .... 

Boston 

Lansing 

St. Paul 

Jackson 

Jefferson City. 
Helena 



Set- 
tled 



Entered 
Union 



1702 


1819. Dec. 


14 


l&iS 


1912. Feb. 


14 


1785 


1836, June 


15 


1769 


1850. Sept. 


9 


1S58 


1876, Aug. 


1 


1635 


1788. Jan. 


9 


1638 


1787, Dec. 


7 


1565 


1845, Mar. 


3 


1733 


1788, Jan. 


2 


1842 


1890, July 


3 


1720 


1818, Dec. 


3 


1733 


1816, Dec. 


11 


1788 


1846, Dec. 


28 


1727 


1861, Jan. 


29 


1774 


1792, June 


1 


1699 


1812. Apr. 


30 


1624 


1820, Mar. 


15 


1634 


1788, Apr. 


28 


1620 


1788, Feb. 


6 


1668 


1837. Jan. 


26 


1805 


1858, May 11 


1699 


1817, Dec. 


10 


1764 


1821. Aug. 


10 


1809 


1889, Nov 


8 



NAME 



George Washmgton 1732 1789 

John Adams 1735 1797 

Thomas Jefferson. . 1743 1801 

James Madison 1751 1809 

James Monroe 1758 1817 

John Quincy Adams 1767 1825 
Andrew Jackson. . . 1767 1829 
Martin Van Bnren. 1782 1837 
WUliamH. Harrison. 1773 1841 

John Tyler 1790 1841 

James K. Polk 1795 1845 

Zachary Taylor 17S4 1849 

Millard Fillmore.. . ISOO 1850 
Franklin Pierce. . . . 1804 1853 
James Buchanan. . . 1791 1857 
Abraham Lincohi. . 1809 1861 
Andrew Johnson . . . 1808 1865 
Ulysses S. Grant. . . 1822 1869 
Rutherford B.Hayes 1822 1877 
James A. Garfield . . 1831 1881 
Chester A. Arthur.. 1830 1881 
Grover Cleveland . . 1837 1885 
Benjamin Harrison. 1833 1889 
Grover Cleveland. . 1837 1893 
William McKinley . 1843 1897 
Theodore Roosevelt 1858 1901 
William H. Taft. . . 1857 1909 
Woodrow T. Wilson 1856 1913 
Warren G. Harding. 1865 1921 
Calvin Coolidge. . . . 1872 1923 
Herbert C.Hoover. 1874 1929 
Franklin Roosevelt. 1882 1933 
Harry S. Truman. . 1884 1945 
Dwight Eisenhower 1890 1953 



Bora 



Inasg. 



DM 



1799 

1826 

1826 

1836 

1831 

1848 

1845 

1862 

1841 

1862 

1849 

1850 

1874 

1869 

1868 

1865 

1875 

1885 

1893 

1881 

18S6 

1908 

1901 

1908 

1901 

1919 

1930 

1924 

1923 

1933 

i945 



Nitire 



Va. 
Mass. 
Va. 
Va. 
Va. 
Mass. 
S.C. 
N.Y. 
Va. 
Va. 
N.C. 
Va. 
N.Y. 
N.H. 

Pa. 
Ky. 
N.C. 
Ohio 
Ohio 
Ohio 

Vt. 

N.J. 

Ohio 

N.J. 

Ohio 

N.Y. 
Ohio 

Va. 
Ohio 

Vt. 

Iowa 

N.Y 

Mo. 
Texas 



Pirty 

Fd. 

Fd. 

D-R 

D-R 

D-R 

CI. 

D. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

D. 

D. 

R. 

R. 

R. 

R. 

R. 

R. 

D. 

R. 

D. 

R. 

R. 

R. 

D. 

R. 

R. 

R. 

D. 

D. 

R. 



States: Capitals, Settled, 
Entry into Union 



State 



Nebr. . . . 
Nev. . . 
N. H.. 

N.J 

N.M.... 
N. Y.... 
N. C. . . . 

N.D 

Ohio 

Okla. . . , 

Ore 

Pa 

R. I 

B.C.... 
S. D.... 
Tenn.. . 
Texas . . 
Utah... 

Vt 

Va. ... 
Wash... 
W. Va. . 
Wise. . 
Wyo. . . 



Capital 



Lincoln 

Carson City . . . 

Concord 

Trenton 

Santa Fe 

Albany 

Raleigh 

Bismarck 

Columbus 

Oklahoma City. 

Salem 

Harrisburg. . . 
Providence . . . 

Columbia 

Pierre 

Nashville 

Austin 

Salt Lake City. 
Montpelier. . . 
Richmond .... 

Olympia. ..... 

Charleston.. . . 

Madison 

Cheyenne .... 



Set- 
tled 



1847 

1850 

1623 

1664 

1605 

1614 

1650 

1766 

1788 

1889 

1811 

1682 

1636 

1670 

1S56 

1757 

1691 

1847 

1724 

1607 

1811 

1727 

1766 

1834 



Entered 
Union 



1867. Mar. 1 
1864, Oct. 31 
1788, June 21 

1787, Dec. IS 
1912. Jan. 6 

1788, July 26 

1789, Nov. 21 
1889, Nov. 2 
1803, Mar. 1 
1907. Nov. 16 
1859, Feb. 14 

1787, Dec. 12 

1790, May 29 

1788. May 23 
1889, Nov. 2 
1796, June 1 
1845, Dec. 29 
1896, Jan. 4 

1791, Mar. 4 
1788. June 26 

1889, Nov. 11 
1863, June 20 
1848, May 29 

1890, July 10 



Points of Constitutional Law. 



Congress most meet at least once a year. 

Congrress may admit as many new states as 
desired. . ^, 

One State cannot undo the act of another. 

By the Constitution every citizen is guaranteed 
S speedy trial by jury. . 

Congress cannot pass a law to pcnish tor a 
crinio already committed. 

A person who commits a felony m one State 
cannot find refuge in another. .... 

Treaties with foreign powers are made by the 
President and ratified by the Senate. 

The territories each have a delegate to Congress 
who is allowed the privilege of debate, but not the 
right to vote. . _ . . , 

The Vice-President, who ex-olHcio presides over 
the Senate has no vote in that body except in case 
a tie ballot. , , , .„ , .. 

If the President holds a bill longer than ten 
days while Congress is in session it becomes a 
law without his signature. 

An act of Congress cannot become a law over 
the President's veto except on a two-thirds vote of 
both houses. . . . ^. 

The House of Representatives may impeach the 
President for any crime, but the Senate has the 
sole power to try all impeachments. ^, ■. :, 

Amendments to the Constitution of the United 
States require a two-third vote of each House of 
Congress, and must be ratified by at least three- 
fourths of the States. 

The President of the United States must be at 
least 35 years of age; a Senator, 30; a Congress- 
man, 25; The President must have been a resident 
of the United States fourteen years. 

A naturalized citizen is not eligible to the office 
of President of the United States. A male child 
bom in a foreign land to American parents has an 
equal chance to become the President with one bom 
on American soil. 

The United States shall guarantee to every 
State a Republican form of government, and shall 
protect each of them against invasion, and on ap- 
plication of the Legislature or of the Executive 
(when the Legislature cannot be convened), 
against domestic trouble. 



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TECHNICAL DATA. 

To find diameter of a circle mnltiply drcnmferenco 

by .31831. 
To find circumference of a circle multiply diameter 

by 3.1416. 
To find area of a circ'O multiply square of diameter 

by .7854. 
To find surface of a ball multiply square of diameter 

by 3.1416. 
To find side of an squal square multiply diameter 

by .8862. 
To find cubic inches! in a ball multiply cube of 

diameter by .5236. 
Doubling the diameter of a pipe increases its 

capacity four times. 
Double riveting is from 16 to 20 per cent, strongrer 

than single. 
One cubic foot of anthracite coal weighs about 63 

pounds. 
One cubic foot of bituminous coal weighs from 47 to 

60 pounds. 
One ton of coal is equivalent to two cords of wood 

for steam purposes. 
A gallon of water (U. S. Standard) weighs 8X lbs. 

and contains 231 cubic inches. 
There are nine square feet of heating surface to 

each square foot of grate surface. 
A cubic foot of water contains 7H gallons. 1728 cubic 

inches, and weighs 62^ lbs. 
Elach nominal horse power of a boiler requires 30 to 

35 lbs. of water per hour. 
To sharpen dull files lay them in dilute sulphuric 

acid until they are eaten deep enough. 
A horse power is equivalent to raising 33,000 lbs. 

one foot per minute, or 650 lbs. one foot per 

second. 
The average consumption of coal for steam boilers 

is 12 lbs. per hour for each square foot of grate 

surface. 
To find the pressure in pounds per square inch of 

a column of water, multiply the height of the 

column in feet by .434 
Steam rising from water at its boiling point (212 

degrees) has a pressure equal to the atmosphere 

(14,7 lbs. to the square inch) . 



LIST OF COMMON ELEMENTS 

WITH SYMBOLS AND ATOMIC 

WEIGHTS 



Aluminum Al 


86.97 


Magnesium 


Mg 24.82 


Antimony 


Sb 


181.76 


Mercury 


Hg 200.61 


Argon 


A 


S9.944 


Molybdenium 


1 Mo 9«.»6 


Arsenic 


As 


74.91 


Neon 


Ne 20.18S 


Barium 


Ba 


137.36 


Nickel 


Ni 68.69 


Beryllium 


Be 


9.02 


Nitrogen 


N 14.008 


Bismuth 


Bi 


209.00 


Oxygen 


O 16.0000 


Boren 


B 


10.82 


Phosphorus 


P 80.98 


BroBiine 


Br 


79.916 


Platinum 


Pt 196.88 


Cadmium 


Cd 


118.41 


Potassium 


K 89.096 


Calcium 


Ca 


40.08 


Badium 


Ra 226.05 


Carbon 


C 


12.010 


Silicon 


Si 98.06 


Chlorine 


CI 


35.487 


Silver 


Ag 107.88 


Chromium 


Cr 


62.01 


Sodium 


Na 22.997 


Cobalt 


Co 


58.04 


Strontium 


Sr 87.68 


Copper 


Cu 


63^7 


Sulphur 


S 82.06 


Fluorine 


F 


19.00 


Tantalum 


Ta 180.88 


Gold 


Au 


197.2 


Tellurium 


Te 197.61 


Helium 


He 


4.003 


Tin 


Sn 118.70 


Hydrogen 


H 


1.0080 


Titanium 


Ti 47.90 


Iodine 


I 


186.92 


Tungsten 


W 188.0e 


Iron 


Fe 


BS.R5 


Uraninm 


U 288.07 


Krypton 


Kr 


88.7 


Vanadium 


V 50.96 


Lead 


Pb 


807.81 


Zinc 


Zn 65.88 


Lithium 


Li 


6.94 


Ziroonium 


Zr oi.se 



Surveyors' Measure 

7.92 inches = 1 link 4 rods= 1 chain 

25 links = 1 rod 

10 square chains or 160 square rods= 1 Jicre 

640 acres = 1 square mile 

36 sq. miles (6 miles sq.) = 1 township 

Cubic Measure 
1,728 cu. in. = leu. ft. 128 eft. = Icord (wood) 
27 cu. ft.= 1 cu. yd. 40 c.ft.= 1 ton (shpg.) 

2,150.42 cubic inches = 1 standard bushel 
231 cubic inGhes= 1 standard gallon 
1 cubic foot = about four-fifths of a bushel 
Metric Equivalents. (Linear Measure) 



1 cm. = 0.3937 in. 
1 dm. = 3.937 m. 

= 0.328 feet 
1 meter =39.37 Ln.= 

1.0936 yards 
ldkm= 1.9884 rods 
lkm= 0.62137 m. 



1 in. = 2.54 cm. 

1ft. = 3.048 dm. 

1 yard = 0.9144 meter 
1 rod = 0.5029 dkm 
lmile= 1.6093 km 



1 sq. centimeter = 

0.1550 sq. in. ) 

1 sq. decimeter = ) 

0.1076 square foot ) 

Isq. m.= 1.196 sq. yd. 

1 are= 3.954 sq. rd. 

1 hectare = 2.47 acres 

1 sq. kilom'r= 0.386 ) 

sq. m. ) 



Square Measure 



1 sq. inch =6.452 sq. 

centimeter 
1 sq. foot = 9.2903 

square decimeters 
lsq.yd. = 0.8361sq.m, 
1 sq. rd. = 0.2529 are 
1 acre = 0.4047 hectare 
1 sq. m.= 2.S9 sq. kilo- 
meters 



Weiglits 

1 gram = 0.03527 ounce 1 ounce =28.35 grams 
1 kilogram = 2.2046 lbs. 1 lb. = 0.4536 kilogram 
1 metric ton = 0.98421) 1 English ton = 1 .016 
English ton ) metric ton 

Approximate Metric Equivalents 
1 decimeter=4 inches ( 1.06 qt. liquid 

1 meter= 1.1 yard 1 liter ( 0.9 qt. dry 



1 kilometer = % of mile 
1 hectare = 2 J^ acres 
1 stere or cu. meter = ) 
Vi of a cord ) 



1 hektoliter^ 
1 kilogram 



: 2% bush. 
= 2 1-5 lbs. 



Source: 



Knots and Miles 

United States Coast and Geodetic 
Survey 



1 met. ton= 2.204 lbs. 



The U. S. Statute Mile is 5,280 feet in 
length. On the Continent most of the old 
miles, which varied in length from about 3,300 
feet to over 36,000 feet, have been replaced, 
officially at least, by the kilometer, which equals 
0.6214 statute mUe or 3,280.8 feet. 

The Nautical, Geographic, or Sea Mile 

at any place is considered, for purposes of navi- 
gation, to be equal to the length of one minute 
of latitude at that place. 

The U. S. Nautical Mile is 6,080.20 feet in 
length and equal to one-sixtieth of a degree of a 
great circle of a sphere whose surface is equal in 
area to the area of the surface of the earth 
(Clarke's spheroid of 1866). 

The Knot is a measure of speed ; a speed of one 
knot being a speed of one nautical mile an hour. 

A Nautical Mile — 1.1516 statute miles; a 
Fathom — 6 feet; a Cable — 100 fathoms or 
600 feet or approximately 0.1 nautical mile. 

To convert statute miles into nautical miles. 
multiply statute miles by 0.8684; to convert 
nautical miles into statute mUes, multiply 
nautical miles by 1.1516, or roughly 11/7. 

United States Air Forces and the Navy use 
the knot as the standard aeronautical unit of 
speed and the nautical mile as the correspond- 
ing unit of distance. 



52<J 



LEGAL HOLIDAYS IN THE 
VARIOUS STATES 



JAN. 1— New Year's Day (all the States. 

Territories and possessions) . 
JAN. 8 — Battle of New Orleans (in La.). 
JAN. 19— R. E. Lee's Birthday (in Ala., 

Ark., Fla.. Ga., Ky., Miss., N. C. S. C, 

Tenn. and Va.). 

JAN. 20 — Inaugruration Day, beginning 
1937 and every fourth year thereafter — 
by the 20th Amendment to the Constitu- 
tion (in the Dist. of Col. only). 

FEB. 12 — Lincoln's Birthday (Alaska, Cal., 
Col., Conn., Del., 111., Ind., la., Kan., Ky., 
Md., Mich., Minn., Mo., Mont., Neb., 
Nev., N. J., N. Y., N. M., N. Dak., Ohio, 
Ore., Pa., S. Dak., Tenn., Utah, Wash., 
W. Va., Wyo., and observed by (k)ver- 
nor's proclamation in Mass.) 

FEB. 22 — Washington's Birthday (all the 

States, Territories and possessions). 
APRIL 16 — Good Friday (Conn., Del.. Fla., 

La., Md., Minn., N. J., Pa., Tenn., 

Philippines and Puerto Rico.) 
APRIL 19— Patriots' Day (in Me. and 

Mass.). 
APRIL 21 — Anniv. Battle of San Jacinto 

(in Tex.). 
APRIL 26 — Confederate Memorial Day (in 

Ala., Fla., Ga., and Miss. ; World War 

Mem. Day, also, in Ga.). 
APRIL 26— Fast Day (fourth Monday) in 

New Hampshire. 
MAY 10 — Confederate Memorial Day (in 

N. Car. andS. Car.). 



LEGAL HOUDAYS - Continued 

OCT. 31 — Admission Day in Nev.). 

NOV. 2 — Election Day (1st Tuesday after 
1st Monday in Nov.). Every State and 
Territory except Alaska, Conn., Dist. of 
Col., Hawaii, 111., Mass., Miss., Ohio, 
Philippines and Vt. In Illinois it is a 
legal holiday in Chicago, Springfield, East 
St. Louis, Galesburg, Danville, Cairo and 
Rockford. In Ohio it is a half holiday. 
In Maine it is a legal holiday only as to 
the courts, which also close on the State 
Election Day (biennially in even years, 
2nd Monday in Sept.). 

NOV. 11— Armistice Day (all the States, 
Territories and Possessions). 

NOV. 25 — Thanksgiving Day (Fourth 
Thursday) Every State, Territory and 
Possession. President Roosevelt, on Dec. 
26, 1941, approved House Joint Resolu- 
tion 41: "Resolved by the Senate and 
House of Representatives of the United 
States of America in Congress assembled. 
That the fourth Thursday of November in 
each year after the year 1941 be known as 
Thanksgiving Day." 

DEC. 25 — Christmas Day (every State. 
Territory and possession). 



LEGAL HOLIDAYS - Continued 

MAY 30 — Decoration or Memorial Day (all 
states and possessions, except Ala., Ark., 
Fla., Ga., La., Miss., N. Car. and S. 
Car.). 

MAY 30 — Confederate Memorial Day (in 
Va.). 

JUNE 3 — Birthday of Jefferson Davis (in 
Ala., Ark., Fla., Ga., La., Miss., S. C, 
Tex. and Va.). 

JUNE 3 — Confederate Memorial Day (in 
Ky. and Tenn.) 

JUNE 15— Pioneer Day (in Idaho). 

JULY 4 — Independence Day (all the States, 
Territories and possessions). 

JULY 13— Birthday of Gen. Bedford For- 
rest (in Tenn.). 

JULY 24— Pioneer Day (in Utah). 

AUG. 1— Colorado Day (in Col.) 

AUG. 16 — Anniv. Battle of Bennington (in 
Vt.). 

SEPT. 6 — Labor Day (1st Monday) (every 
State, Territory and possession. 

SEPT. 9— Admission Day (in Cal.). 

SEPT. 12— Defender's Day (in Md.). 

OCT. 12 — Columbus Day (Ark., Ariz., Cal., 
Col., Conn., Del., Fla., Idaho, III.. Ind., 
Kan., Ky., La., Me., Md., Mass., Mich., 
Mo., Mont., Neb., Nev., N. H., N. J.. N. 
Y., N. Dak., Ohio, Ore., Pa., R. I., Tex., 
Utah. Va., Vt., Wash., W. Va., also 
Puerto Rico. In Arkansas and Kansas it 
does not affect notes or judicial proceed- 
ings). 



TIME DIFFERENCES 



At Twelve O'Clock U.S. 
Time, the clocks in U. 



Eastern Standard 
S. cities are: 



Atlanta, Ga 12.00 Noon 

Baltimore, Md 12.00 Noon 

Birmingham, Ala.. 11.00 A.M. 

Boston, Mass 12.00 Noon 

Buffalo, N. Y 12.00 Noon 

Charleston, S. C 12.00 Noon 

Chicago, 111 11.00 A.M. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 12.00 Noon 

Cleveland, Ohio 12.00 Noon 

Dallas, Tex H-OO A.M. 

Denver, Col 10.00 A.M. 

Detroit, Mich 12.00 Noon 

El Paso, Tex 10.00 A.M. 

Galveston. Tex H-OO A.M. 

Indianapolis, Ind H-OO A.M. 

Kansas City, Mo H-OO A.M. 

Los Angeles, Cal 9-00 A. M. 

Louisville. Ky H-OO A.M. 

Memphis, Tenn IJ-OO A.M. 

Milwaukee, Wis 11-00 A.M. 

Minneapolis, Minn 11-00 A-M. 

Nashville, Tenn 11-00 A.M. 

New Orleans, La H'^n i?'^^' 

New York City 12-00 Noon 

Norfolk. Va 12-00 Noon 

Omaha, Neb H'^M"'^- 

Philadelphia, Pa 12-00 Noon 

Pittsburgh,Pa 12-00 Noon 

Richmond, Va 12-00 Noon 

Salt Lake City, Utah V'^'I^a ^JJ' 

San Francisco, Cal ,Vl^i ^• 

Savannah, Ga 12-00 Noon 

Seattle, Wash 9-00 A M. 

St. Louis. Mo }H^6-^- 

Toledo, Ohio 12-00 Noon 

Washington, D. C 12-00 Noon 



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